Coronavirus impact on China’s exports may have been underestimated amid outbreak, analysts say

The coronavirus outbreak in Guangdong province has placed “huge” psychological pressure on small and medium-sized enterprises across China’s manufacturing hub, and some fear they might lose orders to other factories across the country.This comes as parts of the province, which accounts for about 10 per cent of China’s economic output, have recently been ravaged by a confluence of setbacks – surging commodity prices and shipping fees; an electricity shortage; and troublesome lockdowns associated…

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