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Bio-degradable bags:Traders cringe at price

BHUBANESWAR, March 1: Inviting flak for the highly priced bio-degradable polythene bags that Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation intends to introduce in place of polythene, the authorities have decided to reduce the price to increase market acceptance.� BMC conducted a meeting where businessmen, hoteliers, shop owners and vendors were invited to discuss the pro and cons of the polythene ban.
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