An employee wearing a face mask works on a production line at a textile factory in Haian, Jiangsu province. Photo: ReutersAn employee wearing a face mask works on a production line at a textile factory in Haian, Jiangsu province. Photo: Reuters
An employee wearing a face mask works on a production line at a textile factory in Haian, Jiangsu province. Photo: Reuters
Tai Hui
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Tai Hui

Despite the coronavirus crisis and trade war, factories have good reasons to stay in China

  • The Covid-19 outbreak is holding up production in parts of China, and making relocation a more concrete possibility. However, China’s logistics infrastructure and huge consumer market give it advantages over other production locations

An employee wearing a face mask works on a production line at a textile factory in Haian, Jiangsu province. Photo: ReutersAn employee wearing a face mask works on a production line at a textile factory in Haian, Jiangsu province. Photo: Reuters
An employee wearing a face mask works on a production line at a textile factory in Haian, Jiangsu province. Photo: Reuters
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