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Politics of Political Execution

Union to accept the project's entire production. The question of setting up, in the USSR, on compensation basis a pulp and paper plant was also considered. The Indian side offered to supply some of the equipment, including complete plant with a capacity of upto 200 tonnes per day, as well as the structural and other auxiliaries. The Soviet side agreed to consider this proposal, as also production co-operation in manufacture of wood-based products.

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