Nylon industry in India

Kansal, Umesh
January 2004
Chemical Business;Jan/Feb/Mar2004, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p11
Trade Publication
Discusses the nylon industry in India in 2004. History of the industry in the country; Information on the Exim policy; Factors that support the growth of the industry.


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