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Which Chinese city will be the biggest loser in 2020? It’s not Wuhan

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Tianjin, one of China’s four municipalities, is expected to drop out of the country’s top 10 cities in terms of economic size this year for the first time since records began.The municipality’s economic output in the first three quarters of 2020 was 1 trillion yuan (US1.8 billion), only a third of the size of Shanghai and Beijing, the country’s two largest cities, and below regional economic hubs such as Hangzhou and Nanjing.Chongqing, China’s third largest municipality, reported economic…

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Tianjin, one of China’s four municipalities, is expected to drop out of the country’s top 10 cities in terms of economic size this year for the first time since records began.The municipality’s economic output in the first three quarters of 2020 was 1 trillion yuan (US$151.8 billion), only a third of the size of Shanghai and Beijing, the country’s two largest cities, and below regional economic hubs such as Hangzhou and Nanjing.Chongqing, China’s third largest municipality, reported economic…

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