Greater Bay Area creates uncertain future for China’s largest fabric market and its 100,000 employees

//Greater Bay Area creates uncertain future for China’s largest fabric market and its 100,000 employees

Greater Bay Area creates uncertain future for China’s largest fabric market and its 100,000 employees

Inside a small and dark cramped apartment buildings in Lujiang, a lively and gritty urban village in the city of Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province in southern China, Li Hua and other female migrant workers in their 40s are often found sewing beads and plastic diamonds onto skirts and talking through their worries about the uncertain future of their shabby hidden workshop, where they have been living and working for years.Zhongda wholesale fabric market has found itself in trouble…

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