No. 49 NAI DT S1955A
Dublin, 16 March 1923
The Meeting had under consideration representations made by various business interests with a view to inducing the Government to postpone the coming into operation of the new Customs barrier between Saorstát Éireann on the one hand and Gt. Britain and Northern Ireland on the other.
After prolonged discussion it was decided to adhere to the decision already made in the matter, viz, that the new Customs regulations should come into force as from 1st April next.
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