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What Kind of Manpower Planning

 However, besides its fiscally regressive nature, an impost on agricultural inputs would run counter to the dictates of agricultural development by inhibiting use of improved methods. Such a course would, in fact, take us back to the pre-1962 situation, on the argument that since incomes cannot be transferred from agriculture, income generation itself should be slowed down in that sector.

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