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Coronavirus: desperate overseas firms turn to China as lockdowns hit home

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]As China slowly grinds back into activity after a two-month hiatus, the opposite is happening elsewhere, meaning amid widespread lockdowns, global businesses desperate to maintain operations are now looking for solutions where economies are gradually improving.A Shanghai-based photo and video production business has been receiving a series of cold calls from companies in the United States, Europe and Australia looking for help with television commercials and corporate photography.Central…

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As China slowly grinds back into activity after a two-month hiatus, the opposite is happening elsewhere, meaning amid widespread lockdowns, global businesses desperate to maintain operations are now looking for solutions where economies are gradually improving.A Shanghai-based photo and video production business has been receiving a series of cold calls from companies in the United States, Europe and Australia looking for help with television commercials and corporate photography.Central…

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