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'Everything is business': Rohingya crisis presents economic opportunity

Bangkok Post Sunday, 19 August 2018
TEKNAF (BANGLADESH) - Captain Min Min, a Buddhist from Myanmar, looks on as a stream of Muslim Rohingya labourers zig-zag up narrow gangplanks hauling sacks of ginger from his boat onto Bangladeshi soil -- one of many seizing the economic opportunities presented by a refugee crisis.
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