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GREECE-Re-emergence of the Left

hectares could be set apart for the production of scarce wood and bamboo. Rubber plantations continue to be an important part of the economy; in spite of the destructions. However the tapping of latex destined for export needs to be modernised. Certain mountainous regions, where the soil is basaltic, are favourable for the cultivation of tea, coffee and cocoa. The lulls where the soil is less rich will be reserved for breeding of cattle and poultry; and setting up of a factory for turning out synthetic food for cattle is envisaged. Time was when the best workshops producing pottery and porcelain were in the mountainous regions. Today not even one half of the output is being produced, and the present plan foresees the revival of this industry. The plains are to be cultivated; and besides rice, it has been decided to set aside 1,00,000 hectares for sugarcane, 50,000 hectares for soya beans and 20,000 hectares for orchards.

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