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JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHV8
December 18, 2014
A woman browses through kimonos for sale at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman browses through kimonos for sale at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
A woman browses through kimonos for sale at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUY
December 18, 2014
Trader Kazumoto Miyaoka poses in the pile of secondhand clothes and rags that he sells at Boroichi flea...
Tokyo, Japan
Trader Kazumoto Miyaoka poses in the pile of secondhand clothes and rags that he sells at Boroichi flea...
Trader Kazumoto Miyaoka poses in the pile of secondhand clothes and rags that he sells at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUV
December 18, 2014
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century,...
Tokyo, Japan
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUU
December 18, 2014
Vintage dolls are for sale at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th...
Tokyo, Japan
Vintage dolls are for sale at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
Vintage dolls are for sale at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUL
December 18, 2014
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century,...
Tokyo, Japan
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
A trader sells secondhand goods at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHUA
December 18, 2014
Traditional Kokeshi dolls from Japan's northern Tohoku area are piled up in a box at Boroichi flea market...
Tokyo, Japan
Traditional Kokeshi dolls from Japan's northern Tohoku area are piled up in a box at Boroichi flea market...
Traditional Kokeshi dolls from Japan's northern Tohoku area are piled up in a box at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 15, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 15. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHTV
December 18, 2014
Yoshiyuki Matsuura, a regular customer, visits a friend's indoor secondhand clothes store at Boroichi...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshiyuki Matsuura, a regular customer, visits a friend's indoor secondhand clothes store at Boroichi...
Yoshiyuki Matsuura, a regular customer, visits a friend's indoor secondhand clothes store at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 16, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 16. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHTJ
December 18, 2014
A woman sells rags and secondhand clothes at an indoor stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman sells rags and secondhand clothes at an indoor stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
A woman sells rags and secondhand clothes at an indoor stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 16, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 16. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHTF
December 18, 2014
People look at goods at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 16, 2014. In the 16th century,...
Tokyo, Japan
People look at goods at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo
People look at goods at a stall at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 16, 2014. In the 16th century, Boroichi was a place for farmers to buy and sell rags, known as boro, for mending clothes and weaving sandals. Now in its 436th year, the original spirit lingers, with about 700 stands hawking fabric, used clothes and piles of rags. Others sell kitchen tools, pottery, seaweed and spices. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January. Picture taken December 16. To match story JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-FLEAMARKET/
RTR4IHMI
December 18, 2014
Regular customer Yoshiyuki Matsuura (L) visits a friend's indoor second hand clothes store at Boroichi...
Tokyo, Japan
Regular customer Matsuura visits a friend's indoor second hand clothes store at Boroichi flea market...
Regular customer Yoshiyuki Matsuura (L) visits a friend's indoor second hand clothes store at Boroichi flea market in Tokyo December 16, 2014. About 200,000 people flock to the market, which is only open for four mid-winter days a year - two in December and two in January - to buy, browse, or just soak up the atmosphere. Picture taken December 16, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
FINANCIAL/TEXAS-FLEAMARKET
RTX96E5
October 03, 2008
Bob Harms's dog Christie waits in the basket of his motorized scooter as he browses a booth at the flea...
Canton, UNITED STATES
Harms's dog Christie waits in the basket of his motorized scooter as he browses a booth at the flea market...
Bob Harms's dog Christie waits in the basket of his motorized scooter as he browses a booth at the flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans have an enduring love affair with such markets but they are slumping as much as those devoted to stocks. Cash may be king for most of the hawkers but the credit crunch is still biting. Several interviewed by Reuters said business has never been so bad. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
FINANCIAL/TEXAS-FLEAMARKET
RTX96E4
October 03, 2008
Dan Wilson speaks with a Reuters reporter about how the economic crisis on Wall Street has been affecting...
Canton, UNITED STATES
Wilson speaks with a Reuters reporter about how the economic crisis on Wall Street has been affecting...
Dan Wilson speaks with a Reuters reporter about how the economic crisis on Wall Street has been affecting his business at the flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans have an enduring love affair with such markets but they are slumping as much as those devoted to stocks. Cash may be king for most of the hawkers but the credit crunch is still biting. Several interviewed by Reuters said business has never been so bad. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
FINANCIAL/TEXAS-FLEAMARKET
RTX96E1
October 03, 2008
Sallie Scanland speaks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans...
Canton, UNITED STATES
Scanland speaks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton
Sallie Scanland speaks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans have an enduring love affair with such markets but they are slumping as much as those devoted to stocks. Cash may be king for most of the hawkers but the credit crunch is still biting. Several interviewed by Reuters said business has never been so bad. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
FINANCIAL/TEXAS-FLEAMARKET
RTX96E0
October 03, 2008
Bubba Bennett talks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans...
Canton, UNITED STATES
Bubba Bennett talks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton
Bubba Bennett talks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans have an enduring love affair with such markets but they are slumping as much as those devoted to stocks. Cash may be king for most of the hawkers but the credit crunch is still biting. Several interviewed by Reuters said business has never been so bad. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
FINANCIAL/TEXAS-FLEAMARKET
RTX96DW
October 03, 2008
Bob Harms, 82, and his dog, Christie, drive down the rows of stands set up at the flea market in Canton,...
Canton, UNITED STATES
Harms, 82, and his dog, Christie, drive down the rows of stands set up at the flea market in Canton
Bob Harms, 82, and his dog, Christie, drive down the rows of stands set up at the flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans have an enduring love affair with such markets but they are slumping as much as those devoted to stocks. Cash may be king for most of the hawkers but the credit crunch is still biting. Several interviewed by Reuters said business has never been so bad. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
FINANCIAL/TEXAS-FLEAMARKET
RTX96DP
October 03, 2008
Bob "Buffalo" Kotch is reflected in a mirror as he talks with a Reuters reporter about how the economic...
Canton, UNITED STATES
Kotch talks with a Reuters reporter about how the economic crisis on Wall Street is affecting sales at...
Bob "Buffalo" Kotch is reflected in a mirror as he talks with a Reuters reporter about how the economic crisis on Wall Street is affecting sales at his booth which sells jewellery at a flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans have an enduring love affair with such markets but they are slumping as much as those devoted to stocks. Cash may be king for most of the hawkers but the credit crunch is still biting. Several interviewed by Reuters said business has never been so bad. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
FINANCIAL/TEXAS-FLEAMARKET
RTX96DK
October 03, 2008
Ed McCraw speaks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans...
Canton, UNITED STATES
Ed McCraw speaks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton
Ed McCraw speaks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans have an enduring love affair with such markets but they are slumping as much as those devoted to stocks. Cash may be king for most of the hawkers but the credit crunch is still biting. Several interviewed by Reuters said business has never been so bad. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
FINANCIAL/TEXAS-FLEAMARKET
RTX96D1
October 03, 2008
Wholesaler Danny Cavazos speaks to a Reuters reporter about how the economic crisis on Wall Street is...
Canton, UNITED STATES
Wholesaler Cavazos talks about how the economic crisis on Wall Street is affecting his business at a...
Wholesaler Danny Cavazos speaks to a Reuters reporter about how the economic crisis on Wall Street is affecting his business at a flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans have an enduring love affair with such markets but they are slumping as much as those devoted to stocks. Cash may be king for most of the hawkers but the credit crunch is still biting. Several interviewed by Reuters said business has never been so bad. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
FINANCIAL/TEXAS-FLEAMARKET
RTX96CX
October 03, 2008
John Staton, 47, of Dallas, speaks with a Reuters reporter about the effects the recent economic crisis...
Canton, UNITED STATES
Staton of Dallas speaks with a Reuters reporter at a flea market in Canton
John Staton, 47, of Dallas, speaks with a Reuters reporter about the effects the recent economic crisis on Wall Street has had on his business at a flea market in Canton, Texas October 2, 2008. Americans have an enduring love affair with such markets but they are slumping as much as those devoted to stocks. Cash may be king for most of the hawkers but the credit crunch is still biting. Several interviewed by Reuters said business has never been so bad. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
ECONOMY HONGKONG FLEAMARKET
RTRIOP7
February 21, 2003
Stalls selling household items wait for customers at a flea market for
jobless who started their own...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
STALLS WAIT FOR CUSTOMERS AT FLEA MARKET FOR JOBLESS IN HONG KONG.
Stalls selling household items wait for customers at a flea market for
jobless who started their own business February 21, 2003. With
unemployment in Hong Kong hovering stubbornly near record highs, the
government has been struggling to find stop-gap measures to get people
working again. It reported on Friday that consumer prices fell for the
51st month in a row in January, reflecting persistent economic
weakness, and with many things seemingly getting cheaper almost by the
day few people are in a rush to buy. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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ECONOMY HONGKONG FLEAMARKET
RTRIOOS
February 21, 2003
A visitor walks past a stall selling scarfs at a flea market for
jobless who started their own business...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
VISITOR WALKS PAST STALL AT FLEA MARKET FOR JOBLESS IN HONG KONG.
A visitor walks past a stall selling scarfs at a flea market for
jobless who started their own business February 21, 2003. With
unemployment in Hong Kong hovering stubbornly near record highs, the
government has been struggling to find stop-gap measures to get people
working again. It reported on Friday that consumer prices fell for the
51st month in a row in January, reflecting persistent economic
weakness, and with many things seemingly getting cheaper almost by the
day few people are in a rush to buy. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/RCS
ECONOMY HONGKONG FLEAMARKET
RTRIOOL
February 21, 2003
Souvenirs are displayed at a flea market for jobless who started their
own business February 21, 2003....
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
SOUVENIRS ARE DISPLAYED AT MARKET FOR JOBLESS IN HONG KONG.
Souvenirs are displayed at a flea market for jobless who started their
own business February 21, 2003. With unemployment in Hong Kong hovering
stubbornly near record highs, the government has been struggling to
find stop-gap measures to get people working again. It reported on
Friday that consumer prices fell for the 51st month in a row in
January, reflecting persistent economic weakness, and with many things
seemingly getting cheaper almost by the day few people are in a rush to
buy. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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