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interpretahon of The Dunkel draft is as ill-prepared as its submissions at the Uruguay round. 1791 It must be an extraordinarily inept government which cannot (a) contain a balance of payments deficit on current account and (b) manage a rapid growth of the economy with a domestic saving rate of more than 24 per cent. 1779 End of mass illiteracy comes not when the last adult is made literate but when schooling and literacy become accessible to all children. 1797 With all the government's development efforts in the UP hills and with all the money coming in from migrants, degradation of the hill environment still continues under pressure of the people's needs for fuel, fodder and all that derives from fodder 1793 The wide inter-industry variations in capital structure call for explanation in terms of financial and other characteristics. From a policy perspective such an analysis would make meaningful the concept of an industry norm for capital structure for firms. M-91 Hitkari HOUSE 984 Shahid Bhagatsingh Road, Bombay 400 038 Phones 9616072/73 Grams Econweekly Editor Krishna Raj Senior Assistant Editor Padma Prakash Editonal Staff cleatus Antony Prabha Pilln Gautam Navlakha (Delhi) Circulation A S Shetty. B S Sharma Advertisement Manager S G S Subramanian Manager K Vijayakumar .

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