From pirated software stores to rubbish collectors who sell their recycled wares, professions under the radar have created a thriving parallel economy.
A shopping complex that solves all phone and technology-related problems at a fraction of the real cost.
While some throw away junk, robabikia dealers see an opportunity to earn money.
Workers in Zabbaleen neighborhood recycle 80% of the rubbish they collect and live amongst.
Are street side markets that sell tax-free, smuggled goods at prices affordable to the poor a necessary evil?
Online trading and ad sales slip through an Egyptian internet devoid of government regulations.