ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Quality, Investment and International

Bhuhant's Misra The enormous fluctuations in the prices of Indian tea in world markets and complaints about quality deterioration associated with sluggishness of investment in the a plantations of Darjeeling and other quality tea producing areas have become matters of public concern for some time. It is interesting to recall that many of these : ues had already surfaced in the early years of the Indian tea industry although at that time the policy prescriptions focused on co-operative industry behaviour rather than on desired changes in government regulations, for those were years of minimal government intervention in industry The present paper seeks to throw fresh light on the years of emerging India-Sri Lanka competition in the world tea industry.

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