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Women Studies in India

Women Studies in India

exports of cotton yarn. One real limiting factor, of course, is availability of cotton in which we hardly have a large margin. But the more important question is; whatever increase in yarn output is achieved, should it go to exports rather than to satisfy the demand of our own weaving capacity which is large enough to absorb all the yarn we can coceivably produce in the foreseeable future. There is nothing "wrong in exports" as such, but everything wrong if exports are at the cost of starving our own loomage in the decentralised sector.

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