National Library of Australia
||Available for reference.
||Canberra : Australian Joint Copying Project, 1987
ca. 26,907 p.
Contents include United Kingdom's economic policy towards Australia; economic relations between the United Kingdom, its dominions, Australia and New Zealand; the termination of lend lease and reciprocal aid; Sterling Area Statistical Committee; the Commonwealth Prime Minister's Conference of 1948; the 1949 Conference of Commonwealth Finance Ministers; economic condition of Australia; papers pertaining to the Committee on Commonwealth Economic Affairs (1950-1951); Menzies' visit to the United Kingdom; Commonwealth Economic Conference (1952); Colombo Plan; meeting of Commonwealth Finance Ministers in Australia (1954); General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade; statistics and balance of payments for 1953-1956.
Filmed as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project by the National Library of Australia and the State Library of New South Wales.
National Library of Australia holds microfilm master.
Public Record Office T. 236.
Microfilm copy of originals held by the Public Record Office, Ruskin Avenue, Kew, Surrey. TW9 4DU.
||Microfilm. Canberra, A.C.T. : National Library of Australia, 1987. 27 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
|Index/Finding Aid Note
||Descriptive list available (12 p.).
||Great Britain. - Treasury. - Overseas Finance Division - Records and correspondence. | New Zealand - Foreign economic relations. | New Zealand - Foreign economic relations - Great Britain. | Great Britain - Foreign economic relations - New Zealand. | Australia - Foreign economic relations. | Australia - Foreign economic relations - Great Britain. | Great Britain - Foreign economic relations - Australia. | Commonwealth countries - Foreign economic relations. | Commonwealth countries - Foreign economic relations - Great Britain. | Great Britain - Foreign economic relations - Commonwealth countries.
||Australian Joint Copying Project | National Library of Australia | State Library of New South Wales
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