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Company Meeting-The Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited-Chairman s Statement

The Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited Chairman's Statement Disturbing signs 7. Whilst the country's economic performance was thus gratifying, disturbing signs of change have begun to appear in the current year interpreted by industry and some economists as the beginnings of a deepening recession and by Government as merely a process of adjustment between demand and improved supply with no recessionary implication. Whatever the respective soundness of these two points of view, there is no doubt that, talcing advantage of the greatly liberalised import rules, such large quantities of some products including soda ash, aluminium, polyester and special steels were imported at such unfairly low prices as to create a glut in the market and compel Indian producers of the same products drastically to reduce production or even to close down their factories. It is natural that producers who can no longer sell their products or can do so only at a heavy loss should consider that, at least in their business, a state of recession prevails.

Indian Organic Chemicals Limited

Indian Organic Chemicals Limited INDUSTRIAL CLIMATE THE political climate has vastly improved after the Janata Party Government was formed earlier this year. Economic conditions have, however, been slow to respond, mainly because the prices of essential commodities are still intractable and industrial relations are not so good. The results of the Guvenment's plans for an energetic approach to secure all round improvement are anxiously awaited.

Nirlon Synthetic Fibres and

"used the reservoir to sustain the reservoir". Multiple operations centring on fishery but including crops, trees, and hog raising, have been developed at the reservoir by the management staff and its dependents. They have attained self-sufficiency in grain, cotton, and oilseeds and provided a sizeable net income to the management office. This was done without any increase in staffing by mobilising dependents and some temporary labour, and by making every one into a "jack of all trades".

Ashok Leyland Limited

direct and indirect taxation. This has Imposed considerable burden on individuals as well as the corporate sector. This was necessary on account of the burden of refugee relief and the cost of war operations. You will agree with me that this additional burden has, in the national interest, to be borne with a grin.

VOLTAS LIMITED-A Year of Record Results

VOLTAS LIMITED A Year of Record Results THE following is the Statement by Mr. H. F. S. Talyarkhan, Chairman and Chief Executive, Voltas Limited, circulated to the Members of the Company with the Annual Report for the year

VOLTAS LIMITED

VOLTAS LIMITED Significant Progress in a Difficult Year THE following is the Statement by Mr R F S Talyarkhan, Chairman and Chief Executive, Voltas Limited, circulated to the Members of the Company with the Annual Report for the year 1967-68. The year under review saw yet another significant increase in the volume of business achieved by your Company, despite many unfavourable factors. Almost all Trading Divisions recorded improved sales and gave promise of even better things to come. This is more an indication of the Company's resilience than an index of any marked improvement in the country's economy.

Ashok Leyland Limited-Speech of the Chairman, Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar

February 3,1968 industrial unrest in various parts of the country, I am glad to record that relations between the Management and staff remained cordial. NOTE: The above Statement is not a report of the proceedings of the Annual General Meeting which will be held on the 20th February 1968.

Voltas Limited-Significant Rise in Sales

Voltas Limited Significant Rise in Sales THE following is the Statement by Mr R. F. S. Talyarkhan, Chairman & Chief Executive, Voltas Limited, circulated to the Members of the Company with the Annual Report for the year

Voltas Limited

VOLTAS LIMITED CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM THE FOLLOWING is the Statement by Mr. R. F. S. Talyarkhan Chairman and Chief Executive, Veritas Limited, circulated to the Members of the Company with the Annual Report for the year 1965-66.

Alind s Twentieth Annual General Meeting

Alind's Twentieth Annual General Meeting Mr S Narayanaswamy Reviews Activities Addressing the Twentieth Annual General Meeting of The Aluminium Industries Limited held at the Registered Office, Kundara, on September 28, 1966 Mr S Narayanaswamy, Chairman, said:

Alind s Twentieth Annual General Meeting

Alind's Twentieth Annual General Meeting Mr S Narayanaswamy Reviews Activities Addressing the Twentieth Annual General Meeting of The Aluminium Industries Limited held at the Registered Office, Kundara, on September 28, 1966 Mr S Narayanaswamy, Chairman, said:
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