Peugeot parts supplier at risk of missing overseas orders amid viral outbreak gets a legal lifeline from Beijing

The Chinese government has come to the rescue of a car parts supplier facing potential legal action for failing to fulfil an overseas order because of the coronavirus crisis, as the rapid spread of the disease heightens the risk of contractual defaults by the country’s exporters.The unnamed manufacturer, based in the eastern province of Zhejiang, faces the risk of being unable to meet its contractual obligations with Peugeot’s African plant because of the outbreak and could face claims for…


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