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Market space needed to accommodate handicraft vendors in Lae

A handicraft vendor in Lae says the business is growing and needs a designated venue for vendors to sell their handywork.

Mother of two, Minna Paman, says authorities need to build a suitable shelter for them to use and sell their work.

Paman adds vendors are paying the city authority while selling on the streets.

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