Signs of Economic Life in Port-au-Prince
For the second day, signs of economic life in the capital city Port-au-Prince, Haiti were visible again.
- Some small grocery stores are starting to reopen in Port-au-Prince.
- The sidewalks were crowded with street vendors and kiosks, and many small food stores were open.
- Dozens of individual fruits and vegetable vendors were out on the side of the streets.
- The streets were jammed-pack with tap-taps and mini buses.
- Money transfer offices were opened for the first time since the January 12, 2010 earthquake
- And finally, Haitian police and U.N. military vehicles were common, and local authorities seemed to take an increased posture.