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Coronavirus: China’s virtual Canton Fair of ‘little interest’ to foreign buyers, as impact of pandemic lingers

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Thousands of Chinese exporters will turn out to promote their products in a “virtual hall” at China’s biggest trade fair on Monday, after concerns about the spread of the coronavirus saw the iconic event shifted online.Instead of manning a booth at a full-scale physical event, nearly 26,000 Chinese businesses will offer more than 1.8 million products in virtual exhibitions from their showrooms and factories at the spring session of the Canton Fair.The government-backed organisers, with the help…

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Thousands of Chinese exporters will turn out to promote their products in a “virtual hall” at China’s biggest trade fair on Monday, after concerns about the spread of the coronavirus saw the iconic event shifted online.Instead of manning a booth at a full-scale physical event, nearly 26,000 Chinese businesses will offer more than 1.8 million products in virtual exhibitions from their showrooms and factories at the spring session of the Canton Fair.The government-backed organisers, with the help…

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