ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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When Aid Becomes a Dirty Word

August 8, 1970 by adhering strictly to its commitments. Government's policy on automobiles remains typically ambivalent Road transport can be a major source of employment, but the railways have continuously acted as a lobby to hamper its development to cover up their own incompetence. In his speech J R D Tata expresses Telco's readiness to manufacture passenger cars if it is permitted to do so. Government, indecisive as ever about whether a new passenger car unit, if there is to be one at all, should be in the public sector or the private sector, has still to make up its mind.

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