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close this bookThe Basic Needs Concept and Its Implementation in Indian Development Planning (ILO, 1978, 106 p.)
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by ASHOK RUDRA

Asian Employment Programme

ASIAN REGIONAL PROGRAMME FOR EMPLOYMENT PROMOTION, INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION, BANGKOK

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ISBN 92-2-102044-4
First published December 1978

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