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Inspector Raj for Garment Export Business

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  • Avih Rastogi

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The export of textiles from India accounts for about one-third of India’s total exports. What is more significant is that textiles as a group, is also the largest net foreign exchange earner in as much as the import content in textile goods is quite low compared with other major export items. [Working Paper No. 18]

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  • Avih Rastogi, 2010. "Inspector Raj for Garment Export Business," Working Papers id:2803, eSocialSciences.
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    export; textiles; India; foreign exchange; garment;

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