Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Welcome to Bazaristan

Where you will find photos, opening theme of the shadow economy of 10 trillion
More than 1.8 billion people - a quarter of the world's population - every day working on unregistered jobs. They are paid for goods sold and services and they are so common that they have a name for almost every language. According to Robert Nyuvirta, in the French colonies are called débrouillards - entrepreneurs, initiated by people outside the bureaucratic system. They may be merchants who sell products with revolutionary symbolism in Tahrir Square in Egypt, Nigerians selling mobile phones in the streets, or grandmother, well, street trading flowers. Whoever they were, they all work in the booming sector of the global economy - System D.
Nyuvirt writes that the system is D - a slang term «l'economie de la débrouillardise», the black market, where opportunities are provided, which can not provide legal world economy. The cost of this economy is estimated at 10 trillion dollars. Nyuvirt notes that "if the system D was an independent nation, united by a common political system, it would be called the Union of Free Workers, and accountants (the USSR), or perhaps Bazaristan, while its economy would be the second largest in the world." By estimates of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2020 A system will operate two thirds of all working people in the world.
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A. A Pakistani a trader with carpets is waiting for buyers of, in his a roadside a kiosk in the city of Quetta. Photo: BANARAS KHAN / AFP / Getty Images
2364 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан Two. Libyan trader shows his goods at the Freedom Square in the city of Benghazi in Libya. Merchants selling products with revolutionary symbolism that quickly emerged after the start of the uprising. "People really like to have around anything related to the revolution," said one of the merchants of Abu Bilal newspaper the Telegraph. Photo: GIANLUIGI GUERCIA / AFP / Getty Images
3208 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан Three. Indian men are looking for in a landfill in New Delhi, scrap metal and plastic. About 300,000 scavengers combing garbage dumps in the cities of India in search of metal and plastic, which they then sell to companies for recycling. Photo: MANPREET ROMANA / AFP / Getty Images
4179 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан 4. Vendors offer their wares at the central market in Guatemala. Nyuvirt states that in the D sold all types of products, from mobile phones and heavy equipment, to the roses. Photo: RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP / Getty Images
5164 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан Five. A street vendor sells toys on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar, India. Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA / AFP / Getty Images
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6. Merchant goods beach rides a bicycle to the lake Bazaleti 70 km from Tbilisi , Georgia. Photo: VANO SHLAMOV / AFP / Getty Images
7160 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан 7. The woman prepares the noodles at a street stall in Hefei, China. The desire to integrate into the system D has helped China become the center of world production and trade. Photo: STR / AFP / Getty Images
8155 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан Eight. A man prepares and sells food next to the official warning to ban fireworks explosion in the center of Hanoi to celebrate the Lunar New Year, January 6, 2009 Vendors violating the ban, trafficking in contraband fireworks from China. Photo: HOANG DINH NAM / AFP / Getty Images
9148 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан 9. Uighurs on the street waiting for customers in the city of Urumqi in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region of China. Photo: PETER PARKS / AFP / Getty Images
10147 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан 10. The Indian trader is preparing corn in a thick fog in the monsoon season in Saputara elevation, about 250 miles from the city of Ahmedabad, India. Photo: SAM PANTHAKY / AFP / Getty Images
11168 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан 11. Migrant worker foggy day rides a tricycle, and the trunk are cardboard and other waste, which he will hand over to the scrap. It is estimated that about 15 million people worldwide earn their living by going through the garbage to be recycled. Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN / AFP / Getty Images
12139 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан 12. Street vendors in anticipation of customers in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil. Many of these workers could not start a business legally. "I am the law does not make friends," said one trader Nyuvortu illegal. "This option was never considered" Photo: MAURICIO LIMA / AFP / Getty Images
13123 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан 13. Seller of mobile phones in «Computer the Village», the market of mobile phones, pre-owned of computers and of varying other technics in the city of Lagos, Nigeria, April 23, 2007. A system has helped the development of many cities in Africa such as Lagos, as a legitimate business does not bring revenue, if you're trying to introduce new products in a developing country. Photo: ISSOUF SANOGO / AFP / Getty Images
14113 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан 14. Merchant in Zimbabwe sells sweet potatoes, and vegetable oil in a slum district of Epworth, the city of Harare. According to research newspaper «the Boston Globe», commodities such as oil have disappeared from store shelves due to a sharp jump in prices, but they can be found on the black market at very high prices. Photo: DESMOND KWANDE / AFP / Getty Images
15106 Добро пожаловать в Базаристан 15. Shoppers passing by on a moped for sale wheel covers Mercedes-Benz on the market in Muszyna Lapid, Nigeria. Market Lapid is the most huge market of auto parts in west Africa, and the majority of goods coming from Europe. Photo: Jacob Silberberg / Getty Images
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16. Sold cheap bags hanging on the streets of Manila. Philippines in this year's leader in the import of counterfeit products, most of which comes from China. Photo: NOEL CELIS / AFP / Getty Images

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