【2019-nCoV】The impact of the 2019-nCoV on China's trade


 The 2019 novel coronavirus, also called "2019-nCoV", was discovered because of Wuhan Viral Pneumonia cases in 2019 and was named by the World Health Organization on January 12, 2020. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that are known to cause colds and more serious diseases such as the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The new virus is a new coronavirus strain that has never been found in humans. Since December 2019, Wuhan City, Hubei Province has continued to carry out surveillance of influenza and related diseases, and found multiple cases of viral pneumonia, all of which were diagnosed as viral pneumonia related to 2019-nCoV. 

 At present, the Chinese government is taking the most powerful measures, and everything is under control. People’s life are normal in most other parts of China by far, with only few cities like Wuhan affected. We believe it will all return to normal soon. 

 Aiming at the impact of China's current trade on other countries, the World Health Organization tweeted on Twitter on 1st February:


It means that goods sent from China to overseas will not carry viruses. In this way, logistics is not affected, and we can also exchange transactions with our customers through the Internet. In addition to exhibitions and visiting customers, we can also develop customers online through B2B  and other online methods. We can isolate viruses, but we must not isolate services, and we will never isolate China Smart Manufacturing. 

 All XYM Furniture’s sales has already back to work online at 3rd February, welcome to inquiry all the time. We will solve your confusion if you are ordered already and worry about your goods. We believe that everything will be better and better. Finally, hope everyone is healthy and safe in the coming year!                                                

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