I wonder how the rising price of fuel affects the ice cream seller - are his supplies more costly, or do the protests create more business? Here are some recent stories about Honduras.
EDGARD GARRIDO / Reuters
Taxis remain idle during a strike by taxi drivers outside the presidential house in Tegucigalpa February 28, 2011. The taxi drivers are demanding the government of President Porfirio Lobo pay a bonus to offset rising fuel prices, according to the Honduran Association of taxi drivers (ATAXISH). According to the Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Juan Jose Cruz, the rise in fuel prices is due to the political crisis in the Middle East.