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Jyoti Basu and Multinationals

entrepreneurs from backing out of their commitments. Since over 50 per cent of the ventures are promoted by large industrial houses, it should not be difficult for them to honour their commitments even if it means suffering some loss in the initial stage. The government should also try to, find out the reasons for the deteriorating performance of the ventures which are in operation. Dividends from these ventures was Rs 190 lakh in 1979-80. It declined to Rs 148 to Rs 5 lakh in 1982-83. Similarly, the fees

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