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New Proposals for Anthropologists-A Comment

growth in the use of these 10 kv cables was uniform throughout all these years or there was a steady increase or decrease in it. It is not clear why "export of PILC cables in which a beginning has been made cannot be sustained unless there is a basic demand from the home market". Or, is it because the world market for cables is competitive and the Indian cable industry is such a high-cost producer that a large home market is necessary to subsidise exports? In that case, exports can expand only by a corresponding increase in the home market without limits or by steady increase of prices charged to domestic consumers who are, of course, the near-bankrupt state electricity boards.

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