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Reconstruction of India's Foreign Trade
Reconstruction of India's Foreign Trade
By B. N. Ganguli
Oxford University Press (for the Indian Council of World Affairs), 1946, 244 pp.

A comprehensive review of India's recent experience in world trade, with practical suggestions for meeting postwar problems, by a teacher in the University of Delhi. Other volumes sponsored by the Indian Council of World Affairs and published in 1946 are: "Basic Problems of Relief Rehabilitation and Reconstruction in South-East Asia," by J. Russell Andrus (74 p.); "Pressure of Population and Economic Efficiency in India," by D. Ghosh (109 p.); "India's Post-War Reconstruction and its International Aspects," by P. S. Lokanathan (71 p.); "Fundamental Rights," by M. Ramaswamy (252 p.); "War and Civil Liberties," by M. C. Setalvad (86 p.); "The Sterling Assets of the Reserve Bank of India," by B. R. Shenoy (163 p.); "The Foreign Trade of India, 1900-1940," by H. Venkatasubbiah (83 p.).