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Coal-The Non-Economic Rationale

are largely imported or supplied by multinational , companies operating in India. Since the scheme is financed partly through IDA funds, it is a condition that i all major items of machinery and equipment for the milk processing plants and the milk distribution systems have to be procured through global tenders. Once set up, the large processing plants are fed with imported SMP and butter oil. Even so, only a part of their capacity is used. Thus, according to the Department of Agriculture's annual report, on average only 65 per cent of the installed capacity of 84.87 lakh litres of all the milk plants was used in 1977-78.

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