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China’s power crisis: in export showroom Yiwu, some businesses wonder if they’ll survive

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Usually full of bustling stalls showcasing everything from Christmas decorations to machine parts, China’s famed Yiwu International Trade Market is operating at a much slower pace today.Escalators and air-conditioning have stopped working inside the sprawling 4-million-square-metre (43 million square feet) complex, and store owners, starved of business thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, snooze in their shops amid the stifling heat.Yiwu, dubbed China’s manufacturing showroom, was hard hit by…

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Usually full of bustling stalls showcasing everything from Christmas decorations to machine parts, China’s famed Yiwu International Trade Market is operating at a much slower pace today.Escalators and air-conditioning have stopped working inside the sprawling 4-million-square-metre (43 million square feet) complex, and store owners, starved of business thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, snooze in their shops amid the stifling heat.Yiwu, dubbed China’s manufacturing showroom, was hard hit by…
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