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Economy in Mumbai

Mumbai emerged as a major trading and commercial center in India since the British established their rule in the country. The most important factor that led to the financial growth of Mumbai was its port. The port of Mumbai is still the largest port in India. Apart from it, Mumbai also has a thriving cotton textile industry and consists of a large number of textile mills and has earned the title of the Manchester of the East?. Apart from these factors, the Mumbai Stock Exchange (BSE), which has now become the identity of the city and is the hub of some of the largest fina

Asked by rakesh kulkarni, 08 Apr '09 01:06 pm
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Who helped the closure of all the textile mills in Mumbai, who is responsible for the unemployment of the marathi mill workers ? One Marathi man Dr. Datta Samant, but whose puppet he was ?
Answered by manoj thakur, 08 Apr '09 01:17 pm

 
  
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