Selling to Survive: Market Vendors in Kampong Cham Town Making their Living in the Informal Economy, November 2008

As a result of the construction of the Kizuna Bridge across the Mekong River, the rehabilitation of roads to the north and north-east and increased market activity throughout Cambodia, Kompong Cham town has become a hub of transport and transit activity. This accelerated rise in market activity has provided opportunities, mainly for women, to earn from selling vegetables, fruit and fish in the informal economy. This article, based on recent research, inquires briefly into the general notion of the informal economy as a prelude to a discussion of research methods and major finding




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