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Greater access for farm goods in West sought

Our Economy Bureau  |  New Delhi 

 Developing countries like India and China were the potential market drivers of the global economy and anything that retarded their growth would have repercussions on the pace of growth and stability of the world economic system, Pant said. He was delivering an address at the in Washington DC.

 The demand for greater market access for agricultural products in the developed countries stemmed from the core of the developing economies of providing employment and eradicating poverty, he said.

 Pointing out that India

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Providing greater market access to agricultural products from developing countries would be in the interests of the developed nations, Planning Commission Deputy Chairman K C Pant said today.  Developing countries like India and China were the potential market drivers of the global economy and anything that retarded their growth would have repercussions on the pace of growth and stability of the world economic system, Pant said. He was delivering an address at the in Washington DC.

 The demand for greater market access for agricultural products in the developed countries stemmed from the core of the developing economies of providing employment and eradicating poverty, he said.

 Pointing out that India
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