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Workers assemble a Hyundai i10 car at a plant of Hyundai Motor India Ltd in Sriperumbudur Taluk in the
Kancheepuram district of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu April 12, 2011. India’s rise as an emerging market star with seemingly insatiable demand means firms such as South Korea’s LG Electronics are doing a booming business, but the country must rev up its manufacturing sector further or risk an unmanageable trade gap and a slowdown in its blistering growth. To match Analysis INDIA MANUFACTURING/ REUTERS/Babu (INDIA – Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)

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