Informal sector and Taxation in Kenya
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Post Date: 18 October 2012
Informal sector is generally viewed as comprising of activities of petty traders operating in the streets of main urban centers. Most are involved in the sale of second-hand items like clothes, some in the business of shoe shining, street vendors, carpentry, vegetable selling, repair and construction work. It can also be described as any activity generating income and profits, though on a small scale, using simple skills, dynamic and not tied to regulation of the activities.