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A glimpse of the rubber plantation industry in India


, : A glimpse of the rubber plantation industry in India. Rubber Board Bulletin 16(2): 7-12

This paper analyzes the history and development of the rubber plantation industry in India. In spite of the progress achieved national self-sufficiency is yet to be realized. The smallholding sector of the rubber plantation industry in India is now well set for orderly expansion and modernization. Experience gained in smallholder development in the past now stands in good stead for developing a proper base for implementing new and massive programmes.

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