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Indian Tariff Board. Written Evidence recorded during enquiry on the Heavy Chemical Industry

1930

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of the five principal countries. 146 (9) Statements handed on the 26th March 1929 regarding the proportion of chemicals required in the manufature of cotton textiles. 148 (10) Letter dated the 3rd April 1929 forwarding cost sheets for manufacturing 5 000 and 10 000 tons rook superphosphate. (ii) The Eastern Chemical Company Limited Bombay— (1) Letter dated the 13th O [...] the company. 260 (x) The Tinplate Company of India Limited— Letter dated the 7th March 1929 regarding the price of sulphuric acid. 6. Letter dated the 14th October 1928 from the Tariff Board to the local Governments and Administration asking for certain informtion about the raw material required for the manufacture of heavy chemicals. 201 245 246 247 260V PAGE. [...] Havero Trading Company Limited Bombay— (1) Letter dated the 14th November 1928 from the Tariff Board offering an opportunity to the company to state how far the allegations made by certain manufacturers of chemicals to the Tariff Board are well founded. 394 (2) Letter dated the 16th November 1928 in reply to the above letter. 395 (3) Letter dated the 20th March [...] Imperial Chemical Industries Limited Calcutta— (1.) Statement handed on the 12th March 1929 giving a sumary of the results obtained from the application of artliek I manures in a number of experiments carried out under the direction of the Imperial Chemical Industries (India) Limited. ▪. 405 (2) Letter dated the 16th March 1929 enclosing particulars of the prices of [...] To our mind the following are the main reasons for this state of things :— (i) Want of practical and scientific knowledge of the Industry amongst the middle and the higher classes the result being the almost total absence of the experts of the trade in the country paucity of trained efficient labour and a general lack of interest on the part of the capitalist class towards the industry.

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Cover i-iii unknown

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Frontmatter i-viii unknown

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Government of India Department of Commerce Resolution no. 1990-T (8). dated the 16th July 1928 1-2 unknown

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Press Communique issued by the Tariff Board on the 24th August 1928 3-3 unknown

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Representations received from 4-48 unknown

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Questionnaire for applicants for protection of heavy Chemical Industry issued by the Tariff Board on the 24th August 1928 49-58 unknown

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Replies to the questionnaire received from 59-260 unknown

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Copy of Circular letter No. 189-T. dated the 14th October 1928; from the Secretary Tariff Board to all the Local Governments and Administrations 261-261 unknown

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Replies to the above letter received from 261-309 unknown

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Director Geological Survey of India Calcutta 310-314 unknown

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Agriculrural Adviser to the Government of India 314-323 unknown

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Director of Agriculture Madras 324-329 unknown

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Director of Industries Bombay 329-340 unknown

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Government of India Department of Commerce 341-348 unknown

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Directur-General of Department of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics 348-349 unknown

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His Majesty’s Mint Bombay 350-350 unknown

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Collector of Salt Revenue Bombay 350-350 unknown

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Cordite Factory Indian Ordnance Department Aruvancadu Nilgiris 350-352 unknown

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The Agent Great Indian Peninsula Railway 353-361 unknown

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The Agent East Indian Railway 361-377 unknown

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Bengal Nagpur Railway Co. Ltd 378-394 unknown

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Havero Trading Company Limited Bombay 394-402 unknown

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Messrs. Brunner Mond and Company (India) Limited 402-404 unknown

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Imperial chemical Industries Limited Calcutta 405-409 unknown

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The Burma Corporation Limited Rangoon 410-411 unknown

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Bombay Millowners’ Association 411-412 unknown

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Messrs. Shaw Wallace & Co 413-414 unknown

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Indian Merchants’ Chamber Bombay 414-415 unknown

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V. Srinivasan Esq. Madras 415-416 unknown

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Correspondence regarding railway freight on Bauxite ore from Belgaum to Ambernath and Matunga 416-419 unknown

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Correspondence regarding increase of duty on red lead dry imported into India by paint manufacturers 420-425 unknown

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commerce industry

Pages
449
SARF Document ID
sarf.143913

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