Opinion | The core of our manufacturing economy is staring at an abyss
Cheap Chinese imports plus a confusing and harsh tax regime are killing India’s small businesses
This article is about my Uncle M, a man whom I love and respect very deeply. He is an entrepreneur, making a precision cutting tool for the leather industry for nearly four decades now, and has always held a large share of this small niche market. His company’s annual turnover is a few crore rupees, and it employs about 50 people, almost all blue-collar.