President Kaunda's Threats to leave Commonwealth. Proposed Break-up of Joint Undertakings with Rhodesia. Zambian Criticisms of British Aid Offers. Difficulties of Copper Industry. Development of New Trade Routes



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President Kaunda's Threats to leave Commonwealth. - Proposed Break-up of Joint Undertakings with Rhodesia. - Zambian Criticisms of British Aid Offers. - Difficulties of Copper Industry. - Development of New Trade Routes. - Other Internal Developments. 

President Kaunda repeatedly threatened in recent months that Zambia might leave the Commonwealth because of Britain's unwillingness to take strong action in order to bring down Mr. Smith's illegal regime in Rhodesia. 

Objecting to the postponement of the proposed Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference from July to September, the President said in Lusaka on July 12 that he had worked for


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