MUMBAI -- On a night in early August, as a monsoon roared outside, a group of around 100 small business owners gathered at the banquet hall of a hotel in a Mumbai suburb. Some have been in business for decades, but still employ only a few dozen full-time staff -- the consequence, they said, of strict labor laws and union protections that have hampered their ability to grow.
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