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NEW DELHI – Reports in India suggest that a dwindling garment manufacturing workforce is becoming reliant on exporting personal protective equipment (PPE), which it was only given the green light to produce only a fortnight ago, as demand for everyday apparel has dried up.

“It is a matter of survival. We have no option,” the head of human resources and compliance at one garment factory in the Peenya industrial area has said. “Factories are struggling without cash flow and must functional with the residual labour force.”

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