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 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

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