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Women of the Tsunami Face Business Survival Test

Friday, December 26, 2014

Female co-owners of the fish processing Sea Dot unit in Chennai, India, are struggling to keep their comeback enterprise going. After several good years, times have gotten tough. As the economy slackened, so did their sales.

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