China’s traditional factories, including those in the textile sector, are suffering from weak demand for their products. Photo: He Huifeng
China’s traditional factories, including those in the textile sector, are suffering from weak demand for their products. Photo: He Huifeng

China’s two-speed economic recovery leaves migrant workers and small businesses lagging behind

  • Migrant workers and garment factories in Guangzhou are still reeling from the impact of the coronavirus, as weak demand for orders has left scores without work
  • China is the only G20 economy expected to report positive economic growth this year, but it has been sectors close to the government that have benefited the most

China’s traditional factories, including those in the textile sector, are suffering from weak demand for their products. Photo: He Huifeng
China’s traditional factories, including those in the textile sector, are suffering from weak demand for their products. Photo: He Huifeng
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