I am not sure if the cities in Nepal have any formal regulations around street vending, but these street vendors are already the lifeblood of the city like Kathmandu who offer easy access to a wide range of goods and services in public spaces. Lately, there is a substantial increase in the number of street vendors in this city which can mainly be attributed to lack of rewarding employment in the country or lack of skills or education to enable them to find better ones.
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An engineering geologist, here and there in Nepal. Currently working at the Energy Division of Golyan Group View all posts by Navin Shakya