Assignment on Jute Bag

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69. PROFILE ON PRODUCTION OF JUTE BAGS 69-2

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|I. |SUMMARY |69-3 |
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|II. |PRODUCT DESCRIPTION & APPLICATION |69-3 |
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|III. |MARKET STUDY AND PLANT CAPACITY |69-4 |
| |A. MARKET STUDY |69-4 |
| |B. PLANT CAPACITY & PRODUCTION PROGRAMME |69-8 |
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|IV. |RAW MATERIALS AND INPUTS |69-8 |
| |A. RAW & AUXILIARY MATERIALS |69-8 |
| |B. UTILITIES…...

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