Chandrashekar, S and Sundaresan, Lalitha (2016) India's Rare Earths Industry: A Case of Missed Opportunities. Economic and Political Weekly, LI (3). pp. 27-33.
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The creation of knowledge in the rare earths domain in India is confi ned to a few government-run complexes with no major links to commercial industry. With interaction between the research community and industry non-existent, India’s position as a player in the global rare earths ecosystem is bound to be weak. Further, in the absence of a cohesive national strategy for moving the country up the value chain in rare earths into the intermediate and fi nal product space, India continues to be a low-cost raw material supplier to the global rare earths industry.
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|Subjects:||International Strategic and Security Studies Programme > Reviews|
|Divisions:||Schools > International Strategic and Security Studies Programme|
|Depositing User:||K Rajesh|
|Date Deposited:||21 Jan 2016 10:44|
|Last Modified:||05 Feb 2016 11:23|
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