Who is doing business?

In Nigeria, money goes hand in hand in the crowded city market. Simply laid out on the ground are batteries, watches, embroidered hats, nuts, Yambo tubers and fish buckets. Buyers are traded with sellers, trying to buy the goods as cheaply as possible. In England, trading takes place in a big supermarket, and especially lively on a Saturday morning. In Switzerland, bankers are struggling to look at computer screens: they watch their income grow. On the New York Stock Exchange, telephone brokers make deals - buy and sell shares of various companies. Work boils during the day.

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