Since the U.K. wanted to become a member of the Common Market in 1963, Australian?
Total shot of the outside of the Ria building. Close up of the Dutch flag. Close up of the Australian flag. Shot of the sign saying when the exhibition is halt.
Shot of the entrance of the exhibition.
Several shots of the rests of dutch ships from the 17th century. The ships were Zeewijck, Zuytdorp, Vergulde Draeck and Batavia.
Shots of the stand of Consolidated Electronic Pty. Ltd. with a cassette recorder.
Shots of the Industrial alarm system stand of Catalog Pty. Ltd.
Shots of a stand with Traffic Counter, and Road signs of De Neefe Signs Pty. Ltd.
Shot of a stand with plastic hospital equipment of Douglas Bean Pty. Ltd.
Shot of a Airconditioner stand. TOUR ROUND FAIR BY AMBASSADOR & MR. ALLER (HEAD TRADE COUNCIL THE HAGUE) OPENING BY MINISTER LANGMAN.
Following the Airconditioner stand Email Limited Airconditioning & Refrigerating Division.
Shot of a wall mirror stand. The owner of the stand Mr. H Ebbeling left Holland on October 1955 for ??? exactly 16 years ago he returned to this trade fair to Holland.
Shot of the Ambassador of Australia and the head of Commerce department of the Australian Embassy. Mr Allen through the Trade Fair.
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Background: Since the U.K. wanted to become a member of the Common Market in 1963, Australian producers are trying to get a new market for their products especially in the United States and Europe.
This trade fair, which will be held from 25th until 29th of October is organised by the Australian Ministers of Commerce and Industry.
This biggest trade campaign ever organised by the Australians in Holland will take place in the Rai in Amsterdam, where on 2000 square meters 45 Australian producers will show their products.
The Australian Trade fair will be opened by the Dutch Minster of Economic affairs Professor H. Langman.