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Stabilising Primary Commodity Markets

November 27, 1982 making would make greater impact of the assistance programmes. Notes [This paper is based on the studies on Efficacy of Incentives for Small Industry. These studies are based on the field investigations of small industrial units located in Bombay, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Jaipur. They were funded by the Industrial Development Bank of India, Bombay (IDBI), and carried out as a research project at the Department of Economics, University of Bombay. In all, we submitted five reports to the IDBI, one on each city. The fifth report comprised the salient findings of the three city reports, and the explanations and the implications of these findings. In view of the very poor response from Bangalore units, the results of that city were not included in this report. The fifth report is being published by the IDBI.

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