India has a reputation as an excellent base for services but a poor centre for manufacturing. But in the city of Pune, about four hours from Mumbai, there is a thriving manufacturing hub thanks to the cluster of car manufacturers that are based there. The FT's James Crabtree asks what India needs to do to replicate this success in other cities.
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