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Entrepreneurs turn India's largest slum into a thriving business region

By Dhananjay Khadilkar

Dharavi is considered to be India's largest slum.

Located in the central area of  of Mumbai, its residents have long dealt with problems of infrastructure and security.

But now entrepreneurs are turning the slum into a thriving business region as Rfi's Dhnanjay Khadilkar reports.

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