New Zealand Wool Board

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The New Zealand Wool Board was established in 1944 under the Wool Industry Act.[1]


Its key objective was 'to obtain, in the interests of growers, the best possible returns for New Zealand Wool'.[1]


It was funded by a levy on the proceeds of growers' wool sales.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b c Julian Roche, p180, The International Wool Trade, Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, England, 1995 ISBN 1 85573 191 6

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