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

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Kalecki Misread

November 22, 1980 The report does not contain information about the lines of credit and loans extended to Companies for employees' housing. With their capacity for skilful resource management, large companies would undoubtedly be quicker to utilise institutional funds, though extension of assistance to them would be justified by pointing to the fact that these funds would be used by the companies for housing for industrial workers or plantation labour, Jute Machinery Industry WITH reference to the letters "Imports at Cost of Indigenous Industry" (June 28 and August 16) and "jute Machinery Industry" (September 13), highlighting the muddling and meddling policy being followed by the regional office of the Ministry of Commerce at Calcutta, there are no signs of any change in government policy towards large-scale and small-scale engineering units engaged in manufacture of jute textile machinery.

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