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First Public Issue from Brooke Bond

November 25, 1067 ing considered by Government. The present situation indicates the need for total decontrol for there is no likelihood of a runaway rise in paper prices in event of decontrol. If steel, cement and sugar can be decontrolled completely or partially, the case for decontrol of paper is stronger. Government can safeguard its own supplies by entering into a long- term agreement with the mills for supplies at a fixed price. And the interests of small newspapers can be protected by requiring mills to deliver printing paper to them at prices lower than those in the free market.

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