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Coronavirus: China’s largest food and drink fair rescheduled for late May as Covid-19 fears ease

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s largest food and drink fair, which was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, has been rescheduled for late May, highlighting further optimism over the containment of the pandemic.The twice-yearly China Food and Drinks Fair, originally scheduled for March 26-28, will now take place from May 21-23 in the city of Chengdu, the organising committee announced on Wednesday.Last year, the spring session attracted 400,000 visitors over three days, with around 4,000 companies from over 40…

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China’s largest food and drink fair, which was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, has been rescheduled for late May, highlighting further optimism over the containment of the pandemic.The twice-yearly China Food and Drinks Fair, originally scheduled for March 26-28, will now take place from May 21-23 in the city of Chengdu, the organising committee announced on Wednesday.Last year, the spring session attracted 400,000 visitors over three days, with around 4,000 companies from over 40…

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