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China’s coronavirus-hit Canton Fair closes first virtual edition to mixed reviews

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Buyers left the first virtual Canton Fair with mixed feelings, after the renowned trade event was forced online due to the coronavirus pandemic.The online China Import and Export Fair closed on Wednesday, with some online attendees complaining about poor interactivity and alleged “Photoshopped pictures” of products.Organisers of the biannual fair, usually held in China’s southern manufacturing hub Guangdong, cancelled a press conference scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, during which they were…

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Buyers left the first virtual Canton Fair with mixed feelings, after the renowned trade event was forced online due to the coronavirus pandemic.The online China Import and Export Fair closed on Wednesday, with some online attendees complaining about poor interactivity and alleged “Photoshopped pictures” of products.Organisers of the biannual fair, usually held in China’s southern manufacturing hub Guangdong, cancelled a press conference scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, during which they were…

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