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Cruise ship season represents a respite for Mazatlan beach vendors

Ríos Rubio stressed that with the current crisis, the presence of foreign sellers has not been detected, since the few sales that exist are barely enough for local merchants

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The leader of the beach vendors, Jorge Luis Ríos Rubio, acknowledged that the start of the cruise season has given a respite to sales in recent weeks, despite the summer, these did not stand out.

“The tourist cruises are arriving, yesterday the second arrived and more or less there we go, although the ship cannot come to its maximum capacity, it comes in the middle, but there is a breath for each seller. We are in the crisis stage, but with the cruise ships at least half of us do relieve ourselves and survive, “he said.

Ríos Rubio stressed that with the current crisis, the presence of foreign sellers has not been detected, since the few sales that there are barely enough for local merchants, so the informal ones who are not from Mazatlán are not present.

“Those come when there are fat cows because they do not want thin cows and we are here, paying our taxes because Semarnat does not forgive, that wants their taxes because if not, they cancel your permit,” he said.

He commented that despite keeping the Covid19 prevention guidelines and walking outdoors, his clients have not escaped from getting sick, but fortunately it has been mild so that after the treatment provided and keeping the respective isolation, they have come forward .

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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