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The government deregulated the amortized economy

Date: 2020-06-02
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  Cities around China started allowing people to set up roadside booths or food stalls on streets on a regular basis over the weekend.

The government deregulated the amortized economy

  


The vendors had been banned to keep the cities clean, and their return is expected to help increase people's incomes and revive local economies hit hard by the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Night markets and food stalls can be opened in designated areas in parks, public squares and empty spaces as long as they don't interrupt traffic and local life. They also have to pass environmental protection assessments, the office said.

 

People are also being allowed to set up temporary roadside businesses. There will be no charge for running a business in a designated roadside area, but they must operate in an orderly manner, the office said.

Chengdu has designated more than 2,234 roadside business areas, 82 promotion areas on streets near large shopping malls and 17,891 vending spots, creating more than 100,000 jobs, the city government said.

  

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