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INDIAN MANUFACTURING: OVERVIEW AND PROSPECTS

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1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 2. 2.1 2.2 3. INDIAN MANUFACTURING SECTOR: AN OVERVIEW ......................................................... 5 Role of manufacturing in the Indian economy................................................................... 5 The sub-sectors that stand out in India's manufacturing sector .................................... 6 Manufacturing sector's recent growth spurt: Clues from IIP.......................................... 7 TAPPING THE GLOBAL MARKET ........................................................................................... 9 India's growing manufacturing exports .............................................................................. 9 The main export markets: US, Western Europe, and the Middle East ............................ 12

INCREASING COMPETITIVENESS OF INDIAN MANUFACTURING .................................... 13 3.1 3.2 3.3 Sector has an edge in the global arena ............................................................................. 13 Encouraging research and fostering innovation .............................................................. 15 Government support for developing a skilled workforce ................................................ 17

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CURRENT TRENDS IN INDIAN MANUFACTURING .............................................................. 17 4.1 4.2 4.3 India emerging as a global manufacturing hub................................................................ 17 Indian manufacturing growth outshining peers in the BRICs ........................................ 19 Interesting trends in key manufacturing sub-sectors ..................................................... 20

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FACTORS DRIVING THE INDIAN…...

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