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A company for rural development in India



A company for rural development in India



Fundamental aspects of appropriate technology Proceedings of the International Workshop on Appropriate Technology, Center for Appropriate Technology, Delft, University of Technology, September 4-7, 1979: 101-122



It is argued that conditions in this century do not permit a country like India to follow the path of Western Europe and North America towards development. Since 80% of the population live in rural areas and 80% of these derive their sustenance from agriculture, development is taken to mean increased agricultural productivity. Such productivity increases should be achieved through labour intensive rather than energy intensive techniques.

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