Development of Small Scale Industries in India:Report of International Perspective Planning Team, 1963 (Sponsored by the Ford Foundation) Ministry of Industry, Government of India
The growth of small manufacturing enterprises is among the most significant features of India’s recent development Engineers, merchants, metal-workers, and former agriculturists are prominent among the founders of new firms, many of Which are profitable and growing. Wide opportunities for personal initiative and advancement have been demonstrated, based on the skills of a machinist, the savings of a local trader - or both in partnership. These entrepreneurs are manufacturing a host of new products for the Indian market, including many important substitutes for producer and consumer goods formerly imported.
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