Recent Examples of shopkeeper from the Web
Even the shopkeepers don’t know when the next shipment will come in.
The shopkeepers near the mosque in Kilis had no doubts about who was responsible for the attack.
The purveyor of tourist mementos on the town’s main street is one of the few shopkeepers who won’t hand over their keys to multinational conglomerates who transform shoe stores and bakeries into lounges and cocktail party space for the week.
Skeptical that authorities can protect them, shopkeepers in the Andean town of Garcia de Hevia in the neighboring state of Tachira have taken matters into their own hands.
The shopkeeper who reopens after a disaster, stocks the shelves and sells food at a reasonable price does more economic good than any aid agency providing handouts.
Indians who spend more during festivals enjoy higher social status, which translates into tangible benefits, like getting better deals from shopkeepers on food purchases.
When shopkeepers went on strike, boycotting Israeli goods and produce, women formed farming coops.
In June this year more than 100 shopkeepers protested the closure of parts of a popular market near the Bejing Zoo.
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