More local governments in China are taking measures including reducing rents and offering financial support to help small businesses to get through the novel coronavirus outbreak.
East China's Zhejiang province will adopt 17 measures involving cost reduction, tax relief, financial services and export support to help enterprises tide over the business plight caused by the epidemic, Yue Yang, vice-director of the Economy and Information Technology Department of the province, said on Wednesday.
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