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Title: Growth of Indian Monopoly
Authors: All-India Trade Union Congress
Issue Date: 1971
Publisher: All-India Trade Union Congress
Abstract: The trade union movement seeks to overthrow the 75 monopoly houses in Indian that are the main arm of capitalism. Chapters are entitled: Growth of industrial houses (B. Datta); 101 corporate giants in the private sector – Profitability in 1969-70; Capital formation in 1969-70; Monopoly and banks; Export of Indian capital: joint ventures abroad, in two voices, Birlas’ big textile unit in Penang, why to Penang?
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1041
metadata.dc.place: Delhi
metadata.dc.pages: 1-73
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