Street Vendors: Exploitation by the State
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KeywordsStreet vendors; economic refugees; families; fruits; vegetables; established markets; State Administrators; Policy Makers; space; fruits; families; consumption; cities; Delhi; government; legal status; license; hawkers; vendors; political patronage; livelihood;
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