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

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The Second Transition Family Welfare to Reproductive Health

factors that can shape the future. One point of interest is that, with or without global trade rules, Europe is Iikely to maintain a 'pyramid of privileges' with respect to its main transactors, in which hierarchy much of Asia belongs in the lower tiers. Another is that China's surge may be constrained by the increasing pull of the home market and by fibre availability. Both conjectures have an echo in, and seem to be validated by post- 1985 Indian trends which reminds one of the many points on which India and China are comparable; scale and diversity, home THE book under review is a collection of papers presented at the seminar on 'Policy Direction and Strategy for Action in Population and Reproductive Health in India' held at New Delhi, December 19-20, 1995. This seminar was organised as part of the Silver Jubilee celebrations of the Population Foundation of India (earlier known as Family Planning Foundation), which was established in 1971 by a group of industrialists including late Bharat Ratna, J R D Tata.

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