Coal industry

September 1997
Presidents & Prime Ministers;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p35
Reports that the World Bank has announced the approval of the assistance package to revitalize India's vital coal sector. Value of the assistance; Coverage of the package; Coal Sector Rehabilitation Project's support for India's market-oriented coal sector reforms.


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