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

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have been made before the Tariff Commission) that the proposed prices are too low and that they would not leave any profits for the smaller units and would lead to closure of some of them have little relevance since the Tariff Commission must have made its recommendations after considering their implications in these respects. Prices of Indian rayon yarn are about double the international prices (the price in UK is about 80/81 d per kg for 150 denier viscose yarn against Rs 11.60 per kg in India). Moreover, profits in the industry have been quite high, as the growth of National Rayon, Century and Gwalior Rayon shows.

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