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CAPEX, also known as the Kerala State Cashew Workers Apex Industrial Co-operative Society, is an organization managed by the government of Kerala to promote the cashew industry and especially the export market for cashews.


The organization was founded in 1984.[1]


Part of the organization's mission is to provide the maximum number of workdays to cashew workers as a government employment assistance program.

In 1996–1997 the organization managed ten factories and employed 6000 staff.[2]


  1. ^ "about CAPEX". 2011. Retrieved 22 October 2011. 
  2. ^ John, K. C.; Kevin, S. (2004). Traditional Exports of India: Performance and Prospects. Delhi: New Century Publications. p. 98. ISBN 81-7708-062-8. 

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