Lodge, Nevile Sidney, 1918-1989 :Cabinet is understood to have a plan for the tyre industry and tyremakers are expecting government help to finance restructuring. Evening Post. 21 March 1983.
Reference Number: B-136-153
Shows three scenes of government aid to the tyre industry. In the top right a man is rushing towards a manager of a tyre company exclaiming that the government is abolishing tyres. In the lower left scene Muldoon announces that 'there is no place for rubber in any form in an already-over-stretched economy'. In the lower right scene a car salesman is selling a car without tyres claiming that it is 'Muldoon's idea for restructuring the motor industry - inflation-proof cars'. Refers to the takeover by Dunlop NZ of Reidrubber.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Sir Robert David Muldoon, The Evening Post (Newspaper. 1865-2002), Nevile Sidney Lodge, Dunlop Company, Reid New Zealand Rubber Mills Ltd, Automobiles, Consolidation and merger of corporations, Corporate reorganizations, New Zealand - Economic conditions, Tyres, rubber and Automobiles - Tyres.
Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Cartoons for the Evening Post, 1983], Reference Number B-136-134/180 (2 digitised items)
Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988], Reference Number B-133/138 (242 digitised items)
Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Ink, letratone and crayon, 450 x 320 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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