Budgetary Trends

March 2006
Chemical Business;Mar2006, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p5
Trade Publication
Presents information related to the chemicals industry in India. Reduction of Customs duty on basic inorganic chemicals; Effect of a reduction in Customs duty on the import parity rates on caustic soda; Efforts of the International City/Council Management Association to bring up difficulties being faced by the industry.


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