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Coronavirus: Guangzhou outbreak leaves small firms reeling amid fears of possible ‘spillover effects’ on nearby cities 

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Strict coronavirus containment measures in Guangdong are heaping pressure on local businesses still finding their feet after the first wave of the pandemic swept through the province last year, threatening to wipe up to a percentage point off local growth, but posing only a minor threat to China’s overall economy.Lockdown measures and service suspensions have been imposed in some parts of the province since late May, after a 75-year-old woman living in Guangzhou was found infected with the…

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Strict coronavirus containment measures in Guangdong are heaping pressure on local businesses still finding their feet after the first wave of the pandemic swept through the province last year, threatening to wipe up to a percentage point off local growth, but posing only a minor threat to China’s overall economy.Lockdown measures and service suspensions have been imposed in some parts of the province since late May, after a 75-year-old woman living in Guangzhou was found infected with the…

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