India Development Report 1997
Kirit S. Parikh
Oxford University Press, USA, Feb 12, 1998 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
This is the definitive source for information on the Indian marketplace, providing a detailed and current assessment of every facet of the economy: industry, agriculture, infrastructure, the financial and social spheres, food policy and security measures, and the environment. These valuable reports--as preceded by a telling overview of last year's economic activity--comprise a summary that will prove useful to capitalists and corporations up and down the ladder, and in both the public and private sectors. The India Development Report 1997 offers readers a more complete picture of the subcontinent's economic performance.
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Prospects and Retrospect
Assessment and Outlook
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