One step forward two steps backward

Das, A. K.
March 2005
Chemical Business;Mar2005, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p7
Trade Publication
Comments on how efforts were put through to convince the Indian government to understand the efficacy of using ethanol as a fuel. Need for the introduction of ethanol blended petrol in the country; Issue of price to maintain the availability of ethanol; Review of transport fuel policy using ethanol.


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