Last year, Bi Chao has made an investment that he believed would make a comfortable living. It plowed 200,000 yuan ($28,000) for the purchase of hundreds of exotic animals, especially bamboo rats and porcupines. Designed to reproduce in southwest China’s Yunnan Province on his farm in the hope that the benefits from its rich country fondness for food on weird and wonderful wildlife. But then came the 19-COVID pandemic, the experts creature’s power began to believe when a previously unknown virus jumped from a wild snake or a pangolin for people on a wet market in the central city of Wuhan. It is raging throughout the world, about 2.5 million disgusting and killed about 170,000, and the Chinese government has called for a ban the breeding and sale of exotic animals. Bi Farm is a rare increase of nearly 20,000 in China were species including civet cats, peacocks, wild boar and ostriches forced to close. The 37-year-old (after a report in 2017 by the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the industry of $73 billion was estimated.) He says he has to keep it no choice but to feed the hope for a loss of its animals that the government has reversed or relaxed its ban as soon as possible. However, he remains on the brink of bankruptcy. “My parents health is not good, and I have a seven year old daughter, the school has just begun”, says TIME. “I thought I was done for the year 2020, but now they are in huge debt. How can I get through?” The living conditions of farmers like Bi are among those directly affected by the crown, although workers in every sector will pose similar questions, such as hardening cascade. also includes the official levels of infection daily double figures, economic data released Friday showing China’s economy by 6.8% in the first quarter of 2020 under contract, closed at about 460,000 Chinese companies. Sign-ups 29% per year between January and March. Stay up to date on the growing threat to global health, by signing up for our daily newsletter crown. It ‘the first contraction documentary in China was abolished at the end of 1970, since before Mao was collectivization. But analysts agree that the 6.8% figure is very optimistic (such as Beijing official figures usually). In comparison, JP Morgan forecast that the US economy by 40% in the second quarter of the year will decline. China’s economy is always revving again is not as easy as flipping a switch. Mitigation measures against the spread of COVID-19 average hundreds of thousands of workers are stuck prevent far from the factories. The production was stopped by the shelter-in-place measures that are currently on half of humanity. Who has reopened factories have been forced to reduce capacity, or even close again due to the demand for Chinese exports craters. It ‘a gloomy picture that evil bode for the world economy. Last week, the IMF estimated that world GDP will shrink by 3% this year compared to its pre-pandemic forecasting an expansion of 3.3%, and the decline may continue in 2021, almost a century ago, ‘deepest dive since the great sign of depression. In the Asia-Pacific region, $2.1 Katherine is projected lost production 23 million people in 2020, the banks would mean losing their jobs and financial institutions scrambling to roll out stimulus packages. “An unprecedented crisis of gravity calls for an unprecedented response from a ladder,” said APEC Secretariat CEO Rebecca Sta Maria in a recent statement. Small businesses are particularly vulnerable, such as the number two economy in the world and the largest trading nation, with 28% of global growth in the five years from 2013 to 2018, what happens in China, it is the key. The IHS analysts Markit said that the reluctance for Chinese exports and Beijing crumbling global demand before a stimulus package weight sufficient to provide tough times omen. “If you need renewed [curb] restrictions, then a double-dip recession can not be ruled out,” it said in a briefing note. stimulus packages amounting to around 2% of today’s China’s GDP, compared with 12% in 2009, as large infrastructure projects, the tight economy during the global financial crisis grows. Efforts to war pressure against trade had already pushed the debt GDP of China at 248.8% excluding the financial sector, at the end of March 2019, according to the analysis of two government think tank. On top of its debt, China will be forced to restructure debts to it fighting neighbors, particularly those stemming from its $1 trillion belts and intercontinental trade and road infrastructure initiative. Although traditionally not willing to renegotiate the debt, Beijing has the World Bank and other G20 nations, including the influential “Paris Club” linked to a debt moratorium as COVID 19-decimated developing countries -to be agreed. But is China’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that are ready to suffer the most. In China, SMEs 60% of to worry about, compared to 43% GDP in the affairs on the US composition, which are not usually funded by major traditional banks, but the shadow banking system, which does not receive central government bailouts . “All these [small] businesses will be affected,” says James Nolt, a specialist in Asia at the World Policy Institute “I do not know if the Chinese authorities that a lot of attention to this area.” However, there is always a couple of lucky unscathed from this crisis and emerge ahead. Listed shares rose, publicly acknowledged surgical mask was used in almost 400% in Shenzhen dawn early January 20 Polymer According to the British Financial Times, starting with the crown outbreak in specialized meltblown fabric, the type of fiber that has brought holdings of the founder Yu Xiaoning and his wife to $1.9 billion from March 9 to rise Some smaller providers to collect the money. a Mr. Zhao, 32, who worked as a clerk medical supply in Beijing for 10 years, suddenly spied the great business opportunity when he panicked call for medical masks, and get on a dive trip to Southeast Asia in during the lunar new year. He is to export since China with large factories along DPI in the United States and Europe, as well as various types of ventilators found by portable versions from ambulance crews to the hi-tech types used in intensive care units. The 500,000 masks and protective suits 30,000 began selling since the crisis began to him alone have netted a cool 300,000 yuan ($42,000). “Now the pandemic is under control in China, mainly sell to large distributors that supply E.U. countries,” says TIME. “Our turnover has increased enormously.” -With reporting Zhang Chi / Beijing Please send tips, leads and stories from the front to [email protected].
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