‘Make in India’ and the holy cow

Article first published in the Sept/Oct 2017 edition of ILM
Published:  27 September, 2017
Martin Ricker

The internet age has brought the world closer together. This has allowed a greater scrutiny on all industries and there is a growing need, led by consumers, for greater levels of transparency across all supply chains, including leather. History tells us that mixing politics and religion is generally a very bad idea and a secular based government is generally best. Yet, in India, the two seem inseparable and this has been causing major problems for the domestic leather industry. 

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