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Wuhan on fast track to recover in catering, tourism and employment

A Wuhan food street is thronged with visitors during the Qingming Festival holidays on Sunday. Photos: VCG

A Wuhan food street is thronged with visitors during the Qingming Festival holidays on Sunday. Photos: VCG

 One year after the lockdown was lifted, Wuhan’s economy is on the fast track of recovery with crowds lining up at food streets, more tourists coming from other provinces and cities, and the number of jobs greatly surging. 

Asking Wuhan people which sector in the city has witnessed the most changes one year after the lockdown was lifted on April 8, 2020, many pointed to snack stalls. 

A seafood restaurant owner surnamed Zhou whose restaurant was under renovation in Jiqing Street, a popular nighttime food street with snack bars, night clubs and barbecue restaurants, told the Global Times on Wednesday that his business now is even…

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