A shopping centre in Beijing on Tuesday. The Wuhan coronavirus could hit footfall at malls for the whole of the first quarter. Photo: APA shopping centre in Beijing on Tuesday. The Wuhan coronavirus could hit footfall at malls for the whole of the first quarter. Photo: AP
A shopping centre in Beijing on Tuesday. The Wuhan coronavirus could hit footfall at malls for the whole of the first quarter. Photo: AP

Chinese mall landlords offer rent-free periods to merchants as footfall decreases amid Wuhan coronavirus outbreak

  • Rent-free month for merchants in at least 280 of Dalian Wanda’s shopping malls
  • About 80 property developers donate more than 1.2 billion yuan to fight against coronavirus
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A shopping centre in Beijing on Tuesday. The Wuhan coronavirus could hit footfall at malls for the whole of the first quarter. Photo: APA shopping centre in Beijing on Tuesday. The Wuhan coronavirus could hit footfall at malls for the whole of the first quarter. Photo: AP
A shopping centre in Beijing on Tuesday. The Wuhan coronavirus could hit footfall at malls for the whole of the first quarter. Photo: AP
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