A battered Mumbai is trying to regain its mojo9 min read 02 Jun 2020, 03:02 PM IST
When the city that never sleeps finally reopens, it will have to deal with a structural shift in its economy
Labour shortages will be par for the course. The exodus of migrants could shift the balance between capital and labour in the city, at least for a while
MUMBAI : Terminal 1 of Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport connects to the nearest rail head of Vile Parle, on the city’s western railway line, through Nehru Road. Along its 1.5km stretch are located three- and four-star hotels, some large commercial complexes, a number of residential societies, nearly a dozen restaurants, an equal number of bank branches, and a smorgasbord of shops.
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