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China’s Canton Fair losing its lustre among export manufacturers and buyers who bemoan virtual forum

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The appeal of China’s Canton Fair is fading among the nation’s export manufacturers, as already-strong export orders and new worries about operating risks force them to re-evaluate the pros and cons of participating in the 10-day event that begins on Thursday. The twice-a-year exhibition – held since 1957 – is the largest of its kind in China. It was long the epicentre of China’s export economy – a must-attend event for sellers and buyers alike. But the rise of the digital economy and e…

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The appeal of China’s Canton Fair is fading among the nation’s export manufacturers, as already-strong export orders and new worries about operating risks force them to re-evaluate the pros and cons of participating in the 10-day event that begins on Thursday. The twice-a-year exhibition – held since 1957 – is the largest of its kind in China. It was long the epicentre of China’s export economy – a must-attend event for sellers and buyers alike. But the rise of the digital economy and e…

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