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Afghanistan-Diversionary Moves

 will be very substantial. The authors of the study assert that "this is a very important finding and needs to be studied in more depth". According to them, since handloom fabrics are concentrated in cheaper price ranges, the growth of demand for them will be low, while the growth of demand for mill- made cloth which is costlier is likely to be much Faster. The government's present policy, of aiming at a higher rate of growth for the handloom sector than for the mill sector, was therefore likely to lead to shortage of the costlier (higher quality) fabrics

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