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The Curious Life of Clusters
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Far Eastern Economic Review, Vol. 170, page(s): 51-54

July 2007

Clusters of craftsmen have existed as long as people have lived in substantial settlements— certainly since they have lived in cities. Modern examples include diamond cutters in Antwerp, knife makers in Sheffield, sock makers in Yiwu, and the cinematic entertainers in Mumbai. This phenomenon is widely present in Asia’s information technology (it) industry.

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