Rwanda’s bid to beat plastic pollution saw the country ban plastic bags in 2008. 10 years on, the government initiated campaigns against use of single use plastic which might be followed by a ban. How would this benefit the glass industry? For more CNBC Africa is joinedby Hemant Jeendger, Managing Director of v-plus glass industries Ltd.
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