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Prior to mid-1991 foreign trade of India suffered from strict bureaucratic and discretionary controls. To reduce controls, simplify procedures and to creat a congenial environment for trade, the Government made a statement on Trade Policy in Parliament on August 13, 1991, ushering a new era in the foreign trade pokicy of India.
About Author :
Vibha Mathur received her M.Phil and Ph.D. degrees from the Department of Commerce, Delhi school of Economics, University of Delhi.
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