Factory workers in China’s manufacturing hub of Guangdong province are busy cranking out household items, which are increasingly in high demand across Europe and in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg Factory workers in China’s manufacturing hub of Guangdong province are busy cranking out household items, which are increasingly in high demand across Europe and in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
Factory workers in China’s manufacturing hub of Guangdong province are busy cranking out household items, which are increasingly in high demand across Europe and in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg

China’s makers of lockdown goods eyeing next windfall as coronavirus shutdowns return to the West

  • China’s exports have boomed as factories churn out goods for work and play amid renewed coronavirus lockdowns in Europe and the United States
  • While second windfall may not be as big as the first, factories across China’s manufacturing heartland expect the good times to keep rolling well into next year

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Factory workers in China’s manufacturing hub of Guangdong province are busy cranking out household items, which are increasingly in high demand across Europe and in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg Factory workers in China’s manufacturing hub of Guangdong province are busy cranking out household items, which are increasingly in high demand across Europe and in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
Factory workers in China’s manufacturing hub of Guangdong province are busy cranking out household items, which are increasingly in high demand across Europe and in the United States. Photo: Bloomberg
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