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No Misgivings on Cement Decontrol

No Misgivings on Cement Decontrol APROPOS YOUR DELHI LETTER, January 14, 1967, your correspondent is certainly entitled to have second thoughts about the decontrol experiment, but it must be made clear that his assertion that the operation of cement decontrol has run into difficulties is far removed from reality. There are no 'misgivings', as your correspondent would like the readers to believe, either in official circles or among the public, regarding the arrangements that the industry has made to ensure equitable distribution of cement at a uniform for destination price throughout the country.

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