3. that the Queensland government will acquire, in this name, all of its statutory powers, made from sugar cane grown in Queensland during the 1933-1934, 1934-1935 and 1935-1936 seasons, with another amount of raw sugar, which does not exceed 1% of the total amount of raw sugar produced during each of these seasons in a mill whose raw sugar is manufactured as the owner of such a mill. , to be maintained. to be used and disposed of for local consumption. it considers it necessary to control the production of raw sugar. 5. Unless other tax provisions are implemented under the agreement in paragraph 4 of this article and until this agreement is concluded, the new host member: 6. The amount of white sugar made available by the Queensland Government in accordance with paragraph 5 of this agreement may not exceed 7. The Council is working to conclude the agreement in paragraph 4 of this article with the government of the country in which the headquarters of the organization must be transferred before the transfer of the headquarters. In order to achieve the objectives set out in Article 1, the Council can assist both scientific research and development in the sugar sector and the dissemination of the results obtained in this area. To this end, the Council may cooperate with international organizations and research institutes, unless the Council is subject to additional financial obligations. Members ensure that fair labour standards are met in their respective sugar industries and strive, as far as possible, to improve the standard of living of agricultural and industrial workers in the various sugar production sectors as well as sugar cane and sugar beet producers.
b) any type of sugar that is not available in Australia and may be required for specific manufacturing processes. 14. That the Australian equivalent of the world price of sugar parity for Australian refined cane sugar, containing manufactured products exported during the period from January 5, at a cost of nine hundred and thirty-five euros during the period from January 5, the costs of C.i.F. and e. the lowest in Australia (excluding Australian tariffs and other Australian taxes), semi-refined sugar (i.e. white and refined sugars) or refined sugars of any foreign origin, as can be established by the committee to achieve the quality of the Australian refined cane sugar content of these manufactured products, provided that foreign sugar subject to price comparison is reasonably available in Australia under normal conditions. invoice for the deterioration of sugar in transit. To compare with Australian refined sugar, the following items are added to the c.i.f. and e. costs for foreign raw sugar:- 1.
The organization serves as a centre for the collection and publication of statistical information and studies on world production, prices, exports and imports, consumption and stocks of sugar (raw and refined sugars, if any) and other sweeteners, as well as taxes on sugar and other sweeteners. (d) promote increased demand for sugar, especially for non-traditional uses.