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Food trucks provide rare bright spot in hard-hit West Bank
by Nasser Nasser
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28 September 2020
On 28 September 2020 The Associated Press reported:
The coronavirus crisis has hit West Bank restaurants hard. But one part of the dining sector is bucking the trend: food trucks. With dine-in restaurants mostly closed due to health restrictions, food trucks have allowed entrepreneurial Palestinian businessmen to find a way to keep working. Issa Haj Yasin, an engineering student, opened his first food truck before the coronavirus crisis to provide himself an income to cover his university tuition and living expenses. 'Now I have six employees who are working in two vans, and I am preparing a new van that is going to have another four new employees,' Haj Yasin said.
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