Small businesses in China’s Xian still struggling a year after controlling Covid-19 pandemic

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Small businesses in China’s Xian still struggling a year after controlling Covid-19 pandemic” – below is their description.

One year since Covid-19 infections were brought under control in China, small businesses in the northwestern Chinese province of Shaanxi have been struggling to recover because of continuing weak consumption. The Post talked to several small business owners in the capital Xian, where hopes are high that the upcoming National Games, to be held there in September, will help restore spending in the city.

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