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Gujarat APMCs, textile markets return to normalcy after transport strike

The Rajkot APMC had seen a loss of Rs 400-500 mn and the Unjha APMC of Rs 800 mn during the recent transport strike

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Vinay Umarji Ahmedabad
Agriculture produce market committees (APMCs) in Gujarat are now returning to normalcy after the recently ended week-long transport strike had left the markets crippled. APMCs, especially those dealing with commodities produced largely in the state, are witnessing a surge in arrivals, thereby causing minor logistic hiccups in the interim. 

"Arrivals and despatches had come to a standstill during the strike. However, while buyers from within and outside the state are getting back to normal, arrivals at the markets have surged by at least 50 per cent over and above the normal. While logistically we are finding it tough to manage

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First Published: Jul 30 2018 | 11:57 PM IST

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