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19 million masks, 100,000 liters of sanitizer: How women entrepreneurs in India’s hinterland stayed afloat in a collapsing economy

by Economic Times
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With minimal infrastructure, absence of any manufacturing unit and machines, women entrepreneurs across India’s remote villages and districts have scripted a success story, along with a generous dose of grit and determination.

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