PHOTOS Chengdu allows shops facing the street to set up tables outside

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Chengdu allows shops facing the street to set up tables outside

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22:37, May 30, 2020

In an effort to revive the economy after the COVID-19 outbreak, the government of Chengdu, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, has launched a measure in March, allowing street-facing shops to occupy part of the sidewalk and set up temporary stalls. (Photos: people.com; compiled by Yang Shiqi)

When the night comes, the tables outside of restaurants are full, forming a special scenery in Chengdu, one of China’s iconic cities noted for its special food and cuisine. So far, the measure has boosted the business of the stores in the city.

The measure not only helps businesses to survive economic hardships, but also makes the community management warmer and allows law enforcement to observe what’s happening easily.

In an effort to revive the economy after the COVID-19 outbreak, the government of Chengdu, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, has launched a measure in March, allowing street-facing shops to occupy part of the sidewalk and set up temporary stalls.

In an effort to revive the economy after the COVID-19 outbreak, the government of Chengdu, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, has launched a measure in March, allowing street-facing shops to occupy part of the sidewalk and set up temporary stalls.

In an effort to revive the economy after the COVID-19 outbreak, the government of Chengdu, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, has launched a measure in March, allowing street-facing shops to occupy part of the sidewalk and set up temporary stalls.

In an effort to revive the economy after the COVID-19 outbreak, the government of Chengdu, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, has launched a measure in March, allowing street-facing shops to occupy part of the sidewalk and set up temporary stalls.

In an effort to revive the economy after the COVID-19 outbreak, the government of Chengdu, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, has launched a measure in March, allowing street-facing shops to occupy part of the sidewalk and set up temporary stalls.

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