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State Business Relations and Performance of Manufacturing Sector in Andhra Pradesh

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  • M. Gopinath Reddy
  • Alivelu G
  • Srinivasulu K

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In this paper, an attempt is made to enquire into the politics of the government and business relation and how it affects the industrial development in general and expansion of manufacturing sector in particular in the state of Andhra Pradesh. [CESS WP 82].

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Keywords: Andhra Pradesh; State-business relations; business relation; India; Tamil Nadu; industrialists; bureaucrats; Gujarat; political regimes; institutions; manufacturing sector; politics; industrial development;

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