Haiti Commerce - Depi moun Andeyò yo pa Debake nan Bouk La, Lajan PA Bwase La Ville
Nan ville Hinche Haiti, jou marche se Mercredi ak Samedi. Depi ou tande moun andeyò yo pa debake nan vil la tout commercant ap plenyen pa gen afè, pa gen lavant, yo pa fè lajan, anyen pa vann...
ENGLISH: Haitian commerce relies heavily on the movement of people from the countryside of Haiti who come to town once or twice a week to buy and sell good. They bring fruits, vegetable and poultry to sell, they buy what they need to use and sell back home, something the locals call 'Jou MACHE'. Whenever this flow of people is slowed down or stops, the flow of money is also affected.
KREYOL: Si par hazard lapli tonbe avan jou marche a menm, dlo bare yo, labou, abitan yo rete lakay yo, marche a kraze, kidonk lajan pa bwase nan vil la ditou... Sa vle di GRO machann Potoprens yo fe mwens lajan paske machann Hinche yo pa komande machandiz pou ranplase sa ki vann, pa gen lavant...
ENGLISH: If for example it rains the day before 'Jou MACHE' the flow of people from the country side almost comes to a halt and businesses in town do not make money that day. That of course means BIG merchants in Port-au-Prince don't make money either since no one places orders to replenish their inventory. in other words, the flow of money in Haiti depends heavily on the flow of people to and from the countryside as well...
Sa vle di, mouvnam lajan en Haiti depann anpil de peyizan ki ap viv andeyo yo.
Kisa ou panse de sa???
Kite yon mesaj
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