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Nationalisation by Default The Case of Coal in India

Nationalisation by Default: The Case of Coal in India Rajiv Kumar The nationalisation of the Indian coal industry was neither a well-planned nor a conscious socialist act of government policy. It was at best an act in crisis management. It was forced on the government by an industrial collapse resulting largely from government policies themselves.

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