recognizing the important role of small businesses and the informal sector in developing countries. Drawing lessons from the case of Kassala, Sudan, it is argued that planners should adopt an urban management approach by which small businesses are enabled to grow, and their requirements are
recognized, rather than being constantly restricted and evicted.
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