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China’s largest trade expo postponed, exporters resumed operations only to find orders gone


The spring session of China’s largest trade expo, the Canton Fair, has been postponed over concerns about coronavirus outbreak.

Chinese exporters are seeing more and more customers cancel or reduce their orders as the global spread of the coronavirus dampens overseas demand, taking another blow after they struggled to resume productions in the wake of the epidemic in China.

The decision to delay the Canton Fair came after the authority considered the current development . . .

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