Without Comment

The following appeared in an Editorial in the Daily Telegraph dated February 9th:—
“The British, motor industry still enjoys a sellers’ market overseas, and home deliveries still lag far behind demand, rationed as we are. But this artificial situation cannot endure. Motor exports at competitive prices will have to rest again, as they did before the war, on the foundation of a nourishing home market. Unless petrol is freed that market cannot thrive, nor can any industry or national activity play its full part in recovery. Australia’s action should give us fresh impulse to study every means by which rationing can be first relaxed and then ended.”