presumably that will be music to san and friends.
but look closely at the graphic. with practically zero investment, agriculture is still growing at a reasonable rate.
with enormous investment (including in roads, electricity, etc. which are mostly targeted towards industry), its growth is not that much greater.
which means industry is not so efficient in its use of inputs as agriculture is.
btw, this is written by simon cox, not by james "i simply love pakistanis" astill, who i think also writes the 'banyan' column in 'the atlanticist' which is very rude to india.