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Customers wait in line at an ATM in Mumbai, India. Two months ago the Indian government decided to ban high-value currency notes, effectively cancelling 86 percent of cash in circulation The move was designed to stifle corruption and tax evasion, but many of the hardest-hit are small businesses, shops, weavers and countless other basic industries and services that employ more than 90 percent of Indian workers. Photo by @allisonsarahjoyce

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