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Small scale rattan-based industries of South India

, : Small scale rattan-based industries of South India. RIC Bulletin 9(1): 8-9, 12

A list is given of 75 rattan cottage industries in Tamil Nadu (4), Kerala (17), Karnataka (53) and Andhra Pradesh (1), with addresses.

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