Chinese tech firms pledge more help for street stalls, small vendors after Premier’s comments

Major tech platforms – including Tencent Holding’s ubiquitous app WeChat, mobile payments platform Alipay and e-commerce platforms and Suning – announced new plans to help street vendors and smaller retailers recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic after Premier Li Keqiang described small businesses as the driving force behind China’s economy.On Monday, Li said the Chinese government will provide more support for street stalls and small businesses as they are an important…


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