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Silk board to double production to 46,000 mt in 12th Plan

Proposes Rs 2,800 crore for expansion in non-traditional states says latters response encouraging

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Silk board to double production to 46,000 mt in 12th Plan

Proposes Rs 2,800 crore for expansion in non-traditional states says latters response encouraging

The Central Silk Board (CSB), under the Union ministry of textiles, has proposed to spend Rs 2,799 crore under the 12th Plan (2012-17) for the expansion of mulberry silk production in the country. This is a jump of 2.5 times over the 11th Plan expenditure. The board has set a target of five times growth in the area under mulberry silk cultivation, from 170,000 to 850,000 hectares during the 12th Plan. >
Silk board to double production to 46,000 mt in
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