Exemptions and Reliefs

Part of Clause 2 – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 3rd December 1968.

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With this Amendment we may also discuss Amendment No. 79, page 3, line 24, at end insert: (4) No import deposit shall be payable in respect of goods or materials imported exclusively for the purpose of incorporation as components in articles manufactured under a licensing agreement entered into before 22nd November 1968 and containing a guaranteed minimum royalty payment clause which will operate during the period of operation of this Act, in any case where manufacture cannot take place without the import of the said goods or materials. Amendment No. 114, in page 3, line 24, at end insert: (4) No import deposit shall be payable in respect of goods or materials which are imported wholly and exclusively for the manufacture in the United Kingdom of other goods or materials of a type, kind or description currently imported into the United Kingdom. and Amendment No. 115, in page 3, line 24, at end insert: (4) No import deposit shall be payable in respect of goods or materials being goods or materials controlled by patents which prohibit their manufacture in the United Kingdom, and also being goods or materials which are imported wholly and exclusively for the manufacture in the United Kingdom of other goods or materials of a type, kind or description currently imported into the United Kingdom.