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INDUSTRY-Machine Tools at Cross Roads

women in the home should be recognised as an economic contribution. Governments and non-governmental agencies were urged to make special efforts to train a cadre of mobilisers and 'specialised intermediaries' to assist poor working women to organise for collective strength, to obtain access to all types of developmental assistance and to articulate their needs before the planners and policy-makers. Equality was defined as access to resources and power, including power to participate effectively in the process of allocation of resources and other decision-making at all levels of society.

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