Contribution of the Unorganised sector to GDP Report of the Sub Committee of a NCEUS Task Force
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KeywordsLabour Input Method; CSO Methodology; Apportioning; NCEUS; Employment Elasticities; manufacturing & service sector; value added per worker; unorganised; organised; Trade; hotels and restaurants; storage; private communication storage; courier services; cable operators; Real estate; ownership of dwellings; legal and business services; legal activities; accounting; book keeping; coaching; tuitions; education institutes; Human health activities; sewage disposal; veterinary activities;
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