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Rights of Forest Dwellers

the economy comes to a dead halt, agriculture stagnates and industrial output too screeches to zero, national income will still ipso facto grow at the annual rate of 10 per cent, making us about the fastest growing nation on earth. A similar miracle could perhaps be brought about by inviting the transnational companies to come in and take over the service industries of the luxury variety. Economic development will thereby be placed on the firmest of footings; no scope will be left any more for chance or risk; growth will be directly induced by the government and the foreign companies, and we will be rid of the tyranny of random factors.

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