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costs will be readily conceded. But the wide variations in performance of mills having equal access to' raw material as well as the market for finished goods cannot be explained in terms of raw material costs. It can scarcely be over emphasised that cotton found surplus to the domestic industry's maximum requirements should be allowed for export, especially when mills have full freedom to import cotton under the advance licensing scheme- PS: New Delhi's reported decision to allow export of five lakh bales of cotton, comprising four lakh bales of staple cotton and one lakh bales of Bengal Deshi, is welcome. No less welcome is the decision to place the export of staple cotton entirely at the disposal of CCI.

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