No sops for textiles but likely to benefit indirectly

March 2015
Man-Made Textiles in India;Mar2015, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p115
Academic Journal
The article suggests that despite the fact that the Indian government's 2015 budget lacks specific programs for the textile industry it is likely to benefit indirectly as the budget is directed towards infrastructure spending and development.


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