The two-month period from November to New Year’s Eve is a window of opportunity for turkey farmers in China to cash in on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Photo: AP

Thanksgiving gives China’s turkey farmers a chance to gobble up some profits

  • Western festivals drive a spike in sales for Chinese poultry breeders, despite protests against them on ideological grounds
  • Domestic market remains small although interest in ‘exotic’ products is on the rise among the middle class
Topic |   China economy

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The two-month period from November to New Year’s Eve is a window of opportunity for turkey farmers in China to cash in on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Photo: AP
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Sidney Leng

Sidney Leng

Sidney Leng joined the Post in 2015 after spending a year and a half working for US media, including National Public Radio and Foreign Policy Magazine. He has been covering China's macroeconomic policies and financial regulations since 2016.