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Organic farming can create 8 mn jobs in Odisha: Assocham
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13 September 2012
On 13 September 2012 Business Standard reported:
The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham), an apex body of trade association, on Wednesday said that adoption of organic farming in Odisha can generate about eight million jobs in the next five years. According to the Assocham study titled -- 'Organic Odisha: Inching towards organic farming', promotion of this farming process will generate six million jobs directly and two million jobs in packaging and processing, etc. The Assocham official said the state government should set up a model village in each district for encouraging the usage of organic fertilisers for protecting the land from residual effect of chemical fertilizers. Assocham has submitted the study report to the Chief Minister.
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