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Kashmir and India

DN For the pan-Indian bourgeoisie it is as a captive market for its manufactures that Kashmir is important and not as an area of investment. That is the reason why customs barriers between Kashmir and the rest of India were lifted while restrictions on non-Kashmiri ownership of property in Kashmir were left untouched.

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