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Title: Productivity in cement industry A study with special reference to Tamilnadu
Keywords: PRODUCTIVITY
Researcher: Muthukrishnan, A
Guide(s): Chidambaram, K
Registration Date: January, 2002
Abstract: Cement is a capital intensive industry which means that competition is limited to mainly small groups of large industrial houses. Cement is a relatively stable product and susceptible to rapid usage declines or obsolescence. It has experienced severe constraints in demand, aggravated by the problem of over capacity. By the end of March 2001 the production was 93.42 million tonnes with an installed capacity of 116 million tonnes. The industryand#8223;s capacity has grown by eight million tonnes during the year 2001, of which a capacity of 2.80 million tonnes was added in the South.
Language: English
Appears in Department:Department of Commerce

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