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' Markets and Men' Rubber-I J. W. F. Rowe


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This evening Mr. J. W. F. Rowe is to give the first of two talks on rubber. He will describe the various sources from which rubber is obtained, e.g., a British or Dutch rubber company's plantation, a Chinese plantation in Malaya, a Malay smallholding, a Dutch native rubber ' garden ', and so forth.
He will briefly sketch the development of modem production and consumption up to 1922, and relate the history of the British Restriction scheme, 1922 to 1928. And in this, and in his second talk on rubber next Thursday, he will compare the rubber situation at the end of the restriction era with its aspect in 1930. There is much ground to be covered in his second talk.


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' Markets and Men' Rubber-I J. W. F. Rowe

National Programme Daventry, 31 January 1935 19.30

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