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Widening Cracks

well bear some fruit. While Bhutto's People's Party and Bhashani's National Awami Party have rejected Ayub's offer, the Democratic Action Committee, which is dominated by the relatively right-wing Pakistan Democratic Movement, has gone into session in Dacca to discuss it. Some of the nonparty Opposition leaders are also expected to welcome the move. Mah- boob Murhed, former Chief Justice of East Pakistan, had already announced a few days ago that he is ready to accept the present system if it is suitably modified. Air Marshal Asghar Khan also has no particular love for BUSINESS TECHNOLOGICAL progress is affect- ing industry in at least two different ways. In many industries (particularly petrochemicals, which are subject to economies of large scale and integrated operation), foreign costs arc considerably lower. And, modern methods of transportation have made smuggling much easier! Recently, the nylon industry

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