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China’s Canton Fair to return with on-site exhibitions, but exporters bemoan the lack of overseas buyers

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The Canton Fair will allow exhibitors to return in person in October, with a limited number of exporters and foreign buyers in China allowed to attend the trade exhibition after it was shifted online last year due to the coronavirus outbreak, the commerce ministry has said.The biannual trade event, which has been held since 1957, is the largest of its kind in China, but interest among the nation’s export manufacturers has been waning over the past year amid pandemic-related travel disruptions…

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The Canton Fair will allow exhibitors to return in person in October, with a limited number of exporters and foreign buyers in China allowed to attend the trade exhibition after it was shifted online last year due to the coronavirus outbreak, the commerce ministry has said.The biannual trade event, which has been held since 1957, is the largest of its kind in China, but interest among the nation’s export manufacturers has been waning over the past year amid pandemic-related travel disruptions…

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