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

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Vested Interests against Modernisation

Vested Interests against Modernisation D P Sharma REPRESENTATIONS made by oil millers urging the government to ban the use of expander/extrusion technology by the solvent extraction industry provide a telling illustration of vested interests protesting against the process of modernisation which has everything to commend it and needs to be accelerated. While one does not expect producers to take kindly to any action which threatens to harm their interests, it is unfortunate that oil millers should seek to stall a process in utter disregard of the imperative need for modernisation of the industry. Seen in the national perspective as also the government's declared commitment to promote modernisation and competition under the liberalisation regime, the case put up by oil millers is much too weak to merit any serious consideration.

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