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Operation Flood and EEC

milk products is being met. According to the official figures of the Government of India, milk production has increased from 21 million tonnes in 1971 to 33 million tonnes in 1981, whereas it had remained more or less static before. We can also say that we are developing dairying in such a manner that the middlemen who had interposed themselves between those who produce milk and those who consume milk, have been substantially eliminated wherever there are dairy projects operating. We can also claim that the profile of multinationals like Glaxo, Horlicks, Nestle, Cadburys, Unilever, etc, has been reduced considerably in India, as the co-operative structure has gained command over larger and larger quantities of milk and milk products.

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