ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Naphtha Turn-around

Naphtha Turn-around Arthagnani THE Government's policy on fertilisers has gone through disturbing convolutions without bringing about much progress in the fertiliser manufacturing programme. The logic of setting a target date for presenting proposals was questioned in these columns, and it was suggested that if a date had to be set, it would be more advisable to set a date for the free sale of fertilisers (say, December 1980). Such a policy, by reducing the period of free sale for a late-comer or a laggard would have been more logical than the present policy which gives the same terms to all comers, enabling each manufacturer to hold out for improved terms. The revised final date

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