During the month of February 2023, 1,221 illegal street vending stalls were detected in the areas surveyed by the Argentine Chamber of Commerce and Services (CAC) in the city of Buenos Aires.
during the month of February of 2023 1,221 illegal street vending stalls were detected in the areas surveyed by the Argentine Chamber of Commerce and Services (CAC) in the city of Buenos Aires, according to the latest report prepared by the Entity’s Observatory of Commerce and Services. This represented a decrease of 1.2% in relation to the previous measurement (December 2022), while compared to February 2022 there was an increase of 31.4%.
The ten most affected blocks contained 60.4% of the total stalls located on streets, avenues and pedestrians. Likewise, they represented 24.3% of the total number of blocks affected. In the Top 10, Av. Avellaneda had 5 of the 10 most affected blocks, with a participation of 33.3% in the total detected in avenues and streets. The other 5 most affected blocks were in Zone Once, with a participation of 27.1%. The most damaged block in the entire city was Av. Avellaneda at 2900, where 103 stalls were surveyed. Second place went to Bartolomé Miter at 2700, with 77 stands.
The most commercialized item was Clothing and footwear, which covered 72.2%, followed by Food and beverages with 12.2% of the total. The main illegal commercialization center for these categories was Zona Once, between the avenues and streets, and the Once de Septiembre station, between the stations and squares.
On the other hand, There was a 4.2% increase in piracy cases compared to December 2022, when a total of 1,021 cases were detected. The Once zone led the counterfeits of the Clothing and footwear category and the Constitución Zone that of Optics, photography, watches and jewelry.
In the CAC report, Av. Avellaneda, Av. Rivadavia, Av. Pueyrredón, Zona Liniers, Zona Once, Av. Corrientes, Peru, Av. Santa Fe, Av. Córdoba, Av. Cabildo, Av. Juramento, Zona Microcentro, 9 de Julio, Av. de Mayo, Av. Callao and Lavalle. Likewise, the exhibition also contemplates the Once de Septiembre Station, Rivadavia Park, Retiro Station, Constitución Station, Plaza de Mayo, Lacroze Station and Belgrano C Station.
Items most affected