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HEALTH-Alternatives for the Poor

 gardens with the result that the flow of tea to the auction system thinned out, upsetting the delicate balance. But curiously some of the prices declared to the Customs authorities for the ship, ments are so fantastically low compared to the general price level ruling in the past couple of months that one wonders if anybody was really checking how much the country was earning from the exports. Moreover, if there had been over-shipment of ex-garden sales once, what is the guarantee that it would not be repeated in future? In fact, it would not be possible to tie up the sums unless one brings into the picture the most common and the most despicable element of price rises in India

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