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Post  Ev Fri 2 Sep - 9:48

Can't seem to share the whole article unfortunately, but it can be found using this topic heading on Papers Past:

""Crown Lynn, which has a

30 per cent shareholding ir Mayon Ceramics Corporation, will handle overseas sales, which will total 20 per cent of the factory’s annual production. Three young Auckland men from Crown Lynn have played key roles in the factory’s establishment. They are Messrs R. Humphrey, general manager of Mayon Ceramics, J. Clark, the project engineer, and C. Harvey, the factory manager. The New Zealand Govern-

iment paid for 17 Filipinos to go to Auckland under the Colombo Plan to train with Crown Lynn and they are now supervisors in the factory. The New Zealand Government also paid for the original survey by technical experts to determine the feasibility of a ceramics industry. This followed a visit Mr Clark made to the Philippines as leader of a New Zealand trade mission in 1969. Under the joint-venture agreement, which gains Mayon Ceramics Corporation pioneer industry status, Crown Lynn has a five-year management agreement, and 15-year technical and marketing agreements. Equipment for the plant, worth more than slm, came from New Zealand, Germany, England, Sweden. Australia, and the United States. More than 60 pei cent of the raw materials will come from local sources.""

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