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Street Vendor News Dec 23 2012

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(ENGLISH) LEBANON. “Police confiscate street vendor carts in south Lebanon.” Daily Star (December 22, 2012) By Mohammad Zaatari. The crackdown, the fourth of its kind this year, comes after a decision in March by Sidon’s municipality to relocate street vendors to the city’s new market.  The vendors, who have repeatedly protested against the municipality’s decision,… Read more »

Street Vendor News Dec 16 2012

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(ENGLISH) INDIA. “Centre offers protection to roadside vendors.” Times of India (December 16, 2012). …Maken was speaking at the inaugural session of  the national  convention of street vendors which was organized by the National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) on Thursday. More than a thousand street vendors and their representatives from 23 states… Read more »

Street Vendor News Dec 9 2012

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(ENGLISH) EGYPT. “Morsy cracks down on street vendors.” Daily News Egypt (December 09, 2012) by Basil El-Dabh. President Mohamed Morsy used his legislative powers to pass a law on Sunday, enacting stricter penalties against street vendors who violate the law. Under the new law, numbered 105/2012, vendors can now be sentenced to six months imprisonment,… Read more »

Street Vendors News Nov 18 2012

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(ENGLISH) INDIA. “Corp’s street vendor rehab scheme gets a new lease of life.” Times of India (November 18, 2012). The city corporation in a desperate move to salvage the street vendor rehabilitation programme has constituted a committee to select the beneficiaries for the scheme. MALAYSIA. “M’sia vies Foodie Paradise title with festival.” Asia One (November… Read more »

Street Vendor News Nov 11 2012

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(ENGLISH) YEMEN. “Street vendors suffer in the cold.” Yemen Times (November 11, 2012) by Nadia Haddash. Winter has already started in Sana’a, with people rushing to prepare their heaters, warm clothes and blankets in an attempt to ward off illness. However, street vendors, who spend long periods of time in cold weather, often starting in… Read more »