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LABOUR- The Railways Subalterns

ministration headed by Rajiv Gandhi as an emergence of new hope and opportunities for foreign collaborators in India". There is, however, a snag here. The then Economic Affairs Secretary may well be right that Indian firms are not rising to the expectations of the government in respect of the number of proposals for foreign tie-ups. The government may also, as he assured, welcome more' foreign collaborations. But the Indian firms have to find collaborators abroad and they are not available for the asking.

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