The city last year exported around 1.92 billion yuan (US282 million) worth of Christmas products between January and October, up 23.9 per cent from the previous year, according to government data. The city last year exported around 1.92 billion yuan (US282 million) worth of Christmas products between January and October, up 23.9 per cent from the previous year, according to government data.
The city last year exported around 1.92 billion yuan (US282 million) worth of Christmas products between January and October, up 23.9 per cent from the previous year, according to government data.

Coronavirus dampens Christmas spirit in China’s Yiwu export showroom with ‘no way to save this year’

  • Last year, Yiwu exported around 1.92 billion yuan (US282 million) worth of Christmas products between January and October, up 23.9 per cent from the previous year
  • Data for this year has not yet been released, but the evidence is bleak after the global coronavirus pandemic all but halted international business travel

Topic |   China economy
The city last year exported around 1.92 billion yuan (US282 million) worth of Christmas products between January and October, up 23.9 per cent from the previous year, according to government data. The city last year exported around 1.92 billion yuan (US282 million) worth of Christmas products between January and October, up 23.9 per cent from the previous year, according to government data.
The city last year exported around 1.92 billion yuan (US282 million) worth of Christmas products between January and October, up 23.9 per cent from the previous year, according to government data.
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