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

Traders Prepare to Meet the Threat WITH Manubhai Shah's statement in the Lok Sabha on November 25, questioning the wisdom of the mill industry's decision on block closure and making clear New Delhi's intention to retain the ceiling on cotton prices and the control on cloth, the stage is now set for the growers and traders to agitate for business transactions determined by the supply and demand position of the commodity. If requisitioning is going to be the chief method of making cotton available to the mill industry, pending a faster tempo of. arrivals, there will be little scope for the growers and traders to obtain the prices they have been accustomed to till now.

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