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Economies begin to flourish at Rohingya refugee camps

Steady salaries and supplies create 'comfort' that could impede repatriation

Children draw Myanmar flags at a school in a refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, southeastern Bangladesh.

COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh -- In the end of February, 36-year-old Rohingya refugee Roshid Ahammad started working at a grocery store owned by a Bangladeshi, selling tobacco, eggs and beverages, earning about 4,000 taka ($48) a month.

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