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Yemenis traditionally form the trader class. Symbols of Social Stratification. In line with the socio-economic differentiation into a developing urban society and a largely stagnant agro-pastoral rural society, differences in appearance and life style between social groups are increasingly visible. The urban elites speak French, are well-dressed, have good housing, drive their own cars, and travel abroad frequently for business, education, or leisure. The rural and urban poor have substandard 631 DJIBOUTI Tourists may purchase leopard skins and rugs at a market in Djibouti City.
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