ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Heaping it on the Government s Plate

Heaping it on the Government's Plate FOR the country as a whole the importance of the cotton textile industry has been declining, but textile mills continue to dominate the industrial economy of Gujarat. The Gujarat Government, therefore, has particular reason to be worried about the recession in the industry which has led to the closure of a number of units in the last three years. In December 1967 it appointed an expert committee under the chairmanship of Manubhai Shah to inquire into working of weak textile mills. The committee's report, published last month, brings out a number of interesting facts about the textile industry in Gujarat.

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