A United Nations agency has declared that the Chennai leather cluster in India is one of the ten most dynamic industrial clusters in the world. The U.N.’s Industrial Development Agency (UNIDO) said that for every percentage point increase in exports, employment rose by 1.3 percent, the highest proportion of the selected clusters. Chennai’s employment went from 4,643 workers in 2000 to 7,754 in 2006, and wages rose as well, going from $174 per month to $187 in the same period. Other industries with clusters chosen include automotive manufacturing, computer components and garments.