Under a timeshare model, each stall operator can use their respective spot at a different time of the day.
The bureau has created a detailed mechanism for the use of these roadside stalls. The mechanism, which specifies access and exit rules for stall operators, gives preference to impoverished households in granting access to the stalls and would punish those who disobey relevant rules and regulations.
Stall operators are required to carry with them their own trash can and clean up their respective spot after the end of business every day. Besides, all operators are not allowed to use loudspeaker or any other tools that could disturb residents living nearby.
Ran Yifu, a post-70s vendor from Ziyang, Sichuan province, shares a stall with Li Jian, a post-80s man from Jintang county of Chengdu.
Ran sells breakfast at the stall from 7:00 am to 11:00 am, and Li uses the spot to sell snacks after 11:00 am every day.
When time draws near 11:00 am, Ran packs up the plastic mat on the ground and cleans up the sp
"This emergency financing is very fast-disbursing, countries receive the money within days, it does not carry traditional IMF conditionality," Rice told reporters. "It is money to be spent on paying for things like nurses' and doctors' salaries, and equipment, and medical equipment to deal with the crisis."
For the Asia and Pacific region, seven countries have received emergency financing totaling about 1.5 billion dollars, Rice said.
And in Sub-Saharan Africa, 28 countries have received emergency financing totaling almost 10 billion dollars, Rice said, noting that the figure is much higher than the IMF's average yearly lending of 1 billion dollars to the region.
Over 100 countries have asked the IMF for emergency financing amid the pandemic, and the multilateral lender said earlier this year that it had doubled access to its emergency facilities to meet the expected demand.
ace before handing it over to Li.