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At least 27 Chinese cities have moved to encourage “street-stall economy” to increase jobs after coronavirus

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At least twenty-seven Chinese cities have announced measures to support the so-called "street stall economy", after Premier Li Keqiang's recent comment that the authority encourages a return of street vendors to increase job opportunities in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

On Thursday, SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile, a joint venture of SAIC Motor, General Motors and Liuzhou Wuling Motors Co. Ltd. soared nearly 64 per cent in Hong Kong, after 53 per . . .

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