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Morocco artisans fear 'knockout punch' from virus

MENA FN 09 Jun 2020
(MENAFN - Jordan Times) RABAT ? Pottery, basketwork and wrought-iron furniture pile up in the deserted stalls of the Oulja arts and crafts complex in Sale near the Moroccan capital... .
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Morocco artisans fear ‘knockout punch’ from virus

The Jordan Times 08 Jun 2020
RABAT — Pottery, basketwork and wrought-iron furniture pile up in the deserted stalls of the Oulja arts and crafts complex in Sale near the Moroccan capital Rabat. Artisans have been starved of income for almost three months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Coronavirus is the knockout punch ... That includes about 230,000 traditional artisans ... Image.
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Morocco artisans starved of income for almost three months

Middle East Online 07 Jun 2020
RABAT - Pottery, basketwork and wrought-iron furniture pile up in the deserted stalls of the Oulja arts and crafts complex in Sale near the Moroccan capital Rabat. Artisans have been starved of income for almost three months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. "Coronavirus is the knockout punch ... 'Nobody's coming' ... 'Don't know internet' ... .
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From Cairo to Casablanca, informal workers suffer

Arab News 26 Mar 2020
RABAT. Earlier this month, Soukaina Rgragui, her one-year-old daughter and diabetic mother lived modestly on the money brought back home by Soukaina’s husband, a vendor of used furniture in the streets of Morocco’s capital Rabat ... These are already among society’s poorest and most vulnerable, and their troubles resonate widely ... FASTFACT. $1.45 ... ....
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As lockdowns kill jobs, Africa's informal workers suffer

Richmond Times Dispatch 25 Mar 2020
RABAT, Morocco (AP) — Earlier this month, Soukaina Rgragui, her 1-year-old daughter and diabetic mother lived modestly on the money brought back home by Soukaina’s husband, a vendor of used furniture in the streets of Morocco's capital Rabat ....
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As lockdowns kill jobs, Africa’s informal workers suffer

The Seattle Times 25 Mar 2020
... a vendor of used furniture in the streets of Morocco’s capital Rabat.
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Morocco's poor left behind by development boom

Yahoo Daily News 02 Dec 2019
However, investment has helped strengthen a business class that buys its furniture at the Casablanca IKEA and stops for sandwiches on the highway into Rabat at the nearest branch of the French patisserie chain Paul. 'I AM OPPRESSED'. In Azrou, located in the Middle Atlas mountains east of Rabat, Akki and his family spend their evenings in the dark ... .
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