Why could Manchester never recapture its old position in the Indian market after the war?

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  • Unable to modernise and compete with the US, Germany and Japan, the economy of Britain crumbled after the war.
  • Cotton production collapsed and exports of cotton cloth from Britain fell dramatically.
  • Within the colonies, local industrialists gradually consolidated their position substituting foreign manufacturers and capturing the home market.