The Fiver Year Plans of India intend to develop the country industrially through :

A) the public sector

B) the private sector

C) the public, private, joint and Cooperative sectors

D) increasing collaboration with non-resident Indians

Correct Answer:
C) the public, private, joint and Cooperative sectors

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