MELILLA, SPAIN - APRIL 19, 2010 : Every day from Monday to Thurdday at the pedestrian border of El Barrio Chino hundreds of people mostly women are involved in transporting smuggled goods from Melilla a Spanish enclave on the North African coast to Morocco on April 19, 2010 in Melilla. Spain. The reason for the existence of this illegal trade lies in the difference in prices of products imported into the free port of Melila , and that the residents of province of Nador no need visa to enter to the Spanish city. Carriers entering to Melilla and bear all the weight they can carry on their ba

MELILLA, SPAIN - APRIL 19, 2010 :  Every day from Monday to Thurdday at the pedestrian border of El Barrio Chino hundreds of people mostly women  are involved in transporting smuggled goods from Melilla a Spanish enclave on the North African coast to Morocco on April 19, 2010 in Melilla. Spain. The reason for the existence of this illegal trade lies in the difference in prices of products  imported into the free port of Melila , and  that the residents of province of Nador no need visa to enter to the Spanish city. Carriers entering to Melilla and bear all the weight they can carry on their ba Stock Photo
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Contributor:

JORDI CAMÍ / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID:

2BP10MH

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34.5 MB (1.3 MB Compressed download)

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4256 x 2832 px | 36 x 24 cm | 14.2 x 9.4 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

19 April 2010

Location:

Melilla,Spanish enclave in northern Morocco

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MELILLA, SPAIN - APRIL 19, 2010 : Every day from Monday to Thurdday at the pedestrian border of El Barrio Chino hundreds of people mostly women are involved in transporting smuggled goods from Melilla a Spanish enclave on the North African coast to Morocco on April 19, 2010 in Melilla. Spain. The reason for the existence of this illegal trade lies in the difference in prices of products imported into the free port of Melila , and that the residents of province of Nador no need visa to enter to the Spanish city. Carriers entering to Melilla and bear all the weight they can carry on their backs and introduced him to Morocco for resale in the country. On the Spanish side this traffic receives the euphemism of "business unusual". ( Photo by Jordi Cami )

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