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Border trading

Border trading

At the Dominican Republic / Haiti border people work VERY hard moving goods into Haiti, using basic hand carts.
A shop keeper has electricity until 11pm in her neighborhood

A shop keeper has electricity until 11pm in her neighborhood

A small shopkeeper can stay open much later with electricity.
The Intensity

The Intensity

A huge crowd in the middle of the street
Biscuit in the Mouth

Biscuit in the Mouth

The retailer eating a cookie from her products for sale
Port au Prince flooding

Port au Prince flooding

In spite of the passage of the hurricane Sandy which flooded the market, the merchants still sell their products (vegetables)
Public Market in Haiti

Public Market in Haiti

A bean merchant sorting the beans before putting them in bags.
Banana market

Banana market

Commerce in the "Free Trade Zone" between the Haitian and Dominican Republic border gates in 2010.
Iron market, Haiti

Iron market, Haiti

Outside view of the Port au Prince iron market in 2011.
Mountain Fair Market

Mountain Fair Market

Exhibition and sale of fruit in a fair organized in Haiti 2016.
To the market

To the market

Haitian people bringing goods to market in 2006.
haiti

haiti

Haitian people bringing goods to sell in market
Trading again in Port au Prince

Trading again in Port au Prince

A butcher in the market of Carrefour-Feuilles, Port au Prince, displays food vouchers that he has taken as payment for
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