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China’s two-speed economic recovery leaves migrant workers and small businesses lagging behind

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Every morning, Qiaonan New Street in Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong province, appears to be bustling with shoppers looking through its stalls of fabrics and textiles.But on closer inspection, the 500m-long street starts to resemble something akin to an open air job market, filled with thousands of migrant workers searching for employment at nearby garment workshops and factories that supply Zhongda market, China’s largest fabric market.“I work hard, but still do not earn enough to…

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Every morning, Qiaonan New Street in Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong province, appears to be bustling with shoppers looking through its stalls of fabrics and textiles.But on closer inspection, the 500m-long street starts to resemble something akin to an open air job market, filled with thousands of migrant workers searching for employment at nearby garment workshops and factories that supply Zhongda market, China’s largest fabric market.“I work hard, but still do not earn enough to…

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