Yiwu International Trade market reopened on Tuesday, three days earlier than originally planned, largely because there have been no new confirmed cases for around a week. Photo: Xinhua
Yiwu International Trade market reopened on Tuesday, three days earlier than originally planned, largely because there have been no new confirmed cases for around a week. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus: world’s largest market reopens its doors to ‘foreign friends’, promising ‘Yiwu will be normal soon’

  • Yiwu International Trade market reopened on Tuesday, three days earlier than originally planned, with Zhejiang Textile City also now open for business
  • Local governments are looking to gradually resume economic activity, but firms are still struggling with workers yet to return and logistics not yet fully functional

Yiwu International Trade market reopened on Tuesday, three days earlier than originally planned, largely because there have been no new confirmed cases for around a week. Photo: Xinhua
Yiwu International Trade market reopened on Tuesday, three days earlier than originally planned, largely because there have been no new confirmed cases for around a week. Photo: Xinhua
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