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

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Agrarian Transformation in a District of West Bengal

under their internationally known la- bels at 10 times the price. The Ministry [of Company Affairs] found in several other cases that the goods ex- potted from this country bear the well known labels of the principals of the Indian subsidiary. The labels are put on these goods in India itself so that they are accepted in world markets.. . If, therefore, there are curbs under the foreign exchange regulations on the profits repatriated by a foreign company, export at low prices to the principals could secure to some of the multinationals the gains that FEBA denies them.

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