Do you think of Haitian STREET Vendors as Entrepreneurs?

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I see them as survivors. If you don't have access to an education, then you must use whatever skills you have to bring food to the table. I respect... read more >
Ray Wahl, 11-May-11 11:33 am
Yes I do I see as a srart to something big and if we hat a smell bussniss association in Haiti' they would become bigged but becaise there money... read more >
Rems, 11-May-11 11:48 am
You're damn skippy they're business people! Their money is just as orange, purple, gray, or green as the "avoka's" or "Gro Not read more >
Jacques L, 11-May-11 11:51 am
your response is out of the norm - your response have nothing to do with the question asked. read more >
Eve, 11-May-11 12:14 pm
Let me start by saying that am tired to see the way Dominican is abusing my brother in Dominican republic how do we let get so far come on brothers... read more >
Ronald Jeudy, 11-May-11 12:28 pm
When "doing business" is not a dirty word anymore. When, us Haitians, respect practicing business on ALL levels is healthy for our economy.When... read more >
Bernadette, 11-May-11 1:31 pm
It's ok to have street vendors, however, they need to be regulated. There are too many vendors on the sidewalks, there need to be designated area... read more >
T . Lagwe, 11-May-11 1:32 pm
I absolutely think so, the street merchants are the driving force of what little economic vitality that exists. They are everywhere, in every corner... read more >
Benaja, 11-May-11 6:51 pm
Yes,se gracs a mounn sa yo ki fe nou gen filozof men kom gen kek ayisyen ki pa vle mounn konnen cote yo soti paske yo pito viv sou blof san reconet... read more >
Sergo Jean, 11-May-11 9:36 pm
I was there two weeks ago and as ma said it needs to be regulated. They take over the sidewalks and the streets leave no room for even people to... read more >
Garry Destin, 11-May-11 11:14 pm
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