street vendor

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He locked and unlocked his hands over the grate and spread his fingers close to the bluish flame, while the coals crackled and the clock ticked and a street vendor began to call under the window.
A street vendor added:"There are large numbers of people visiting us daily.
It is the story of how about two weeks ago, a brawl ensued between a female street vendor and a passenger boarding a matatu that plies the Kasarani-Mwiki route from Tom Mboya Street.
It focuses on the work of the Popular Union of Street Vendors, led by street vendor Yolanda Bejarano, as they fought against local authoritiesAE efforts to control street vendors and the use of public space.
This article explores how a major street vendor organization, APKLI, negotiated its political agency during the New Order and post-Soeharto eras in Indonesia.
Anyone can set up bazrs and open-air grocery markets, or work as a street vendor without the necessary permits and without health or any other controls," said the supermarkets association's executive secretary, Andreas Hadjiadamou.
A study of street vendors and public space in Ahmedabad found that local leaders collect "protection" money each day, week or month from street vendors in their market areas which they hand over to the police after taking their cuts: the amount paid differs by whether the street vendor sells from the pavement or from a push cart (Brown et al, 2012).
However, books that deal with sex and other adult themes are the best sellers, according to Ahmed Al-Haddad, a street vendor in Tahrir.
Topics include government-vendor relations in the Ghanaian city of Kumasi; long-term interconnections between street vendors and formal market traders in Lusaka, Zambia; spatial practices and the legality/illegality of street vending in Baguio City, the Philippines; street vendor political subjectivities in Antigua, Guatemala; conflicts between tourism and the street economy in Cusco, Peru; street vendor spatial and power negotiation strategies for subverting the ban on vending in Hanoi, Vietnam; racism and racialized discourse in the street economy of Dakar, Senegal; and the negative impact of the World Cup 2010 for people working in the street economies of Port Elizabeth and Durban, South Africa.
We are willing to pay and follow the guidelines just to make a living," Carmen Imperial, a street vendor since 1989, told the Inquirer yesterday.
Among other informal workers in urban areas, the street vendor in general is the poorest and economically vulnerable (Qargoklu and Eder, 2006) and remains uncomfortably vulnerable not only as individual-economic agents but also as people (Dabir-Alai, 2004).