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Characterisation Of Traders In The Clothing Flea Market Business: A Case Of Mbare-muoedzanhamo And Avondale Flea Markets In Harare, Zimbabwe
Informal trading has gained prominence in recent years, especially in developing countries, Zimbabwe included, because of the crucial role it has played in absorbing multitudes of people who had been lost their jobs either through retrenchments or outright company closures. Developing countries have been plagued with a plethora of challenges which had scuttled economic growth. Lack of both investor confidence, of foreign direct investment, unfriendly investment policies, illegal economic sanctions, corruption, incessant power outage, outmoded infrastructure, cheap imported products, have been cited as some of the factors that had a debilitating effect on the Zimbabwean economy especially in
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