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Can you think of some examples of goods and services being exchanged or wages being paid through barter?
There are many examples of goods and services which are being exchanged through barter. Some of these are as follows:
Let us take example of rural areas where in certain cases food grains are exchanged for other crops.
Also in many government schemes the labourers working there instead of getting paid with cash are provided with things like 4 kg of wheat per day of work.
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