Friday, February 27, 2009

Mumbai open for hawking

Under a new policy, "hawkers will be either given fixed or squatting stalls or permission for mobile hawking," Mumbai chief minister Ashok Chavan told The Times of India.

But dna india thinks that when the new policy is inaugurated "the hawker menace is likely to escalate." The article, of course, never establishes that there actually is a menace.


GrowGhana-AL said...

Hawking is a part of Africa...they are true bootstrappers. If they formed a group and pooled resources they could buy direct from the suppliers and have a great distribution model!

rn said...

GG-AL: Totally agreed.