Strawberry farmer Li Zimin says much of his crop might have to be thrown away. Photo: Reuters Strawberry farmer Li Zimin says much of his crop might have to be thrown away. Photo: Reuters
Strawberry farmer Li Zimin says much of his crop might have to be thrown away. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus bites into business on China’s lockdown fringe

  • Farmers and firms face grim prospects as crops go to waste and people stay home

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Strawberry farmer Li Zimin says much of his crop might have to be thrown away. Photo: Reuters Strawberry farmer Li Zimin says much of his crop might have to be thrown away. Photo: Reuters
Strawberry farmer Li Zimin says much of his crop might have to be thrown away. Photo: Reuters
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