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Informal economy

In economics the informal economy is the system of exchange used outside state-controlled or money-based economic activities.

The informal economy consists of barter, mutual self-help, odd jobs, allotment farming, street trading, and other similar activities. Most of the world's population participate in their local informal economies.

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