CLRI - A global leader in leather research

November 2005
Chemical Business;Nov2005, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p23
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CLRI). The CLRI was established in Madras, India on April 24, 1948 to develop an internal capacity in the country to generate, assimilate and innovate technologies for the leather sector. The CLRI contributes to the growth of the sector with technology transfer and development.


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