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Company Accounts-Information Gap

February 27, 1971 ment and the large-scale sector of the industry. SASMA, despite its pretensions, can hardly be said to represent the small weaver. Yet there is sense in having a clearly defined policy for pricing and distribution of yarn. Such a policy should aim at supply of yarn at international prices for all fabrics exported and at a concessional rate for genuine small weavers

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