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A man places newly made clay pots in a fire pit at a workshop in Biyagama, Sri Lanka November 16, 2016. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte

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A man places newly made clay pots in a fire pit at a workshop in Biyagama, Sri Lanka. Photo Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters 

An artisan works on an idol of Hindu goddess Durga at a workshop ahead of the Durga Puja festival in Kolkata, India

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An artisan works on an idol of Hindu goddess Durga at a workshop ahead of the Durga Puja festival in Kolkata, India 

epa05300699 A picture made available on 12 May 2016 shows Chinese sculptor Tian Yongjun working on a Mao Zedong sculpture outside his workshop in Shaoshan, Hunan Province in central China, 29 April 2016. Shaoshan is the hometown of former Communist leader Mao Zedong, popularly known as Chairman Mao. As the 50th anniversary of the Cultural Revolution approaches on 16 May, there is scant mention of the revolution where millions of intellectuals were persecuted and tortured in a bid to purge Mao's critics in his this small town where he was hailed as a great hero and leader.  EPA/HOW HWEE YOUNG

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Chinese sculptor Tian Yongjun works on a Mao Zedong sculpture outside his workshop in Shaoshan, China 

Wood business in Kashmir...epa05141371 Kashmiri woodwork craftsmen work at their workshop in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 03 February 2016. People associated with walnut woodwork complain of economic hardships  because of low wages, which has resulted in decline in their business.  EPA/FAROOQ KHAN

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Kashmiri woodwork craftsmen work at their workshop in Srinagar, summer capital of Indian Kashmir. People associated with walnut woodwork walnut woodwork complain of economic hardships because of low wages, which has resulted in decline in their business 

An Afghan shoe maker works at his shop in Herat, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016.

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An Afghan shoe maker works at his shop in Herat, Afghanistan, Tuesday

An Indian artist works on eco-friendly figures of Hindu God Lord Ganesh made with mud, jute and bamboo at a blue tarp-covered workshop on the outskirts of Hyderabad on Tuesday.  The statues of eco-friendly clay Ganesh idols made with mud, jute and bamboo will reduce pollution during the Ganesh immersion

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An Indian artist works on eco-friendly figures of Hindu God Lord Ganesh made with mud, jute and bamboo at a blue tarp-covered workshop on the outskirts of Hyderabad on Tuesday. The statues of eco-friendly clay Ganesh idols made with mud, jute and bamboo will reduce pollution during the Ganesh immersion

An Iraqi craftsman prepares to heat up metal at a workshop in a market in Baghdad on December 2, 2014. The International Monetary Fund said in its October World Economic Outlook that Iraq's gross domestic product is forecast to shrink by 2.7 percent this year, down from the 5.9 percent growth it forecast in April.

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An Iraqi craftsman prepares to heat up metal at a workshop in a market in Baghdad on Tuesday

Mechanic and welder Sergei Kulagin tests the "Alien Samurai", an electro-mechanical mobile robot, outside an automobile repair workshop in the town of Divnogorsk...Mechanic and welder Sergei Kulagin, 32, tests the "Alien Samurai", an electro-mechanical mobile robot made by Kulagin using used car components, outside an automobile repair workshop in the town of Divnogorsk outside Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, October 15, 2014. Enthusiast Kulagin, who works as a mechanic of an automobile service station, created about twenty sculptures made of used car parts and components during his non-working hours.

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Mechanic and welder Sergei Kulagin, 32, of Divnogorsk, Siberia, tests the Alien Samurai, an electro-mechanical mobile robot he made from used car components

A worker makes chair frames to be woven with rattan at a workshop manufacturing furniture in Trangsan village on May 15, 2013 near Sukoharjo, Central Java, Indonesia. Indonesia's Deputy Industry Minister has been looking at ways to boost the rattan trade in Indonesia. The government put a stop to raw rattan exports in 2012 in an attempt to increase the sales of rattan products. Reports suggest this has been a marked success with total exports of rattan products up USD $57.78 in 2012 compared to 2011.

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A worker makes chair frames to be woven with rattan at a workshop manufacturing furniture in Trangsan village near Sukoharjo, Central Java province, Indonesia. Indonesia’s deputy industry minister has been looking at ways to boost the rattan trade in the country. The government put a stop to raw rattan exports in 2012 in an attempt to increase sales of rattan products, which rose in 2012.