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Exporters supporting their workers to cope up with demonetization

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Apparel Online India December, 16-31, 2016

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As every Indian learns to live without cash, post-demonetization, the struggle is mostly for everyday utilities where the use of plastic money, as it is commonly referred to, is still alien. In this scenario, the Indian garment industry which feeds a huge worker base is coming forward in various ways to support these workers for their everyday needs. Be it cash withdrawal, currency exchange or necessary arrangement to buy grocery, Indian apparel exporters are helping their workers in all ways possible to minimize effect of demonetization and allow workers to do their job without worry. The most common thing that the exporters have done is to request their banks to open…

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