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For Mexico’s Informal Vendors, Microcredit Offers Potential Relief, Threat of Debt

Region: Mexico

Topics: CoronavirusEconomyEntrepreneurshipJobs

Informal vendors in Mexico, many of them women, enjoy autonomy and flexibility in how they work. But the coronavirus crisis has underscored the drawbacks – and dangers – of operating outside the formal economy.

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Mexico Supermarket Has Stocked Shelves, No Customers

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Mexico Market Employee Takes Protective Measures Against Coronavirus

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Employees Join Forces to Fight Coronavirus

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Guerrero Launches Sanitation Campaign

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Mexican Shopkeepers Face Steep Decline in Business

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Canceled Mexican Festival Means No Easter Dances This Year

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Mexico State Workers Fight to Keep Public Areas Sanitized

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With Empty Tables, Chiapas Restaurants Take to the Road to Attract Customers

Region: Mexico

Topics: BusinessCoronavirusDevelopmentEconomyJobs

Tourism is the lifeblood of many businesses in San Cristóbal de las Casas, including restaurants. Now, with coronavirus quarantines and social distancing initiatives dealing big financial blows, restaurateurs are developing creative strategies to keep their customers loyal to the food they serve.

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Mexican Statues Wear Masks to Encourage Community

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