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E-commerce booming in China amid COVID-19 pandemic as retailers go online


Guangzhou, May 22 (EFE/EPA).- As the coronavirus outbreak forced businesses across China to close its physical stores, retailers have now resorted to online live streaming to stay connected with their clients and keep their sales afloat.The online retail market is one of the few sectors that has not suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Chinese Ministry of Commerce. (Camera: ALEKSANDAR PLAVEVSKI).FOOTAGE SHOWS A CHINESE CLOTHING STORE, GONOY, LIVESTREAMING ITS PRODUCTS FOR ONLINE SALES.

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