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                    Premier Promises Government Support for Street Vendors

                    2020年06月02日 19:43 来源于 财新网
                    Hopes revived that street sellers may soon be allowed to return to the country’s major cities
                    Waves of government crackdowns, often in the name of better food safety, urban beautification, or reducing pollution from outdoor grills, have forced many vendors into the suburbs or out of the market completely.

                    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has vowed government support for street vendors as part of efforts to ease unemployment and revitalize small businesses following the country’s coronavirus epidemic.

                    “The street-stall and small-store economy is an important source of employment and human culinary culture — it’s part of China’s livelihood just as much as larger, high-end businesses,” Li told small business owners during a Monday inspection of the eastern city of Yantai, according to state media. “The country will only get better once markets, enterprises and individual traders get back on their feet and develop. We will give you our support.”

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