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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Following the lead of U. The economy may not have shrunk as much as the dimming suggests. Recessions caused by power cuts could disproportionately reduce lighting. Many North Koreans own solar panels, which power daytime activity not shown in night lights. And this year the government has admitted publicly that heatwaves, floods and drought have caused a dire food shortfall.
The regime appears much better prepared to weather trade sanctions than the wrath of nature.
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Ellen Wei, head of retail for JLL China, said malls are seeing increased foot traffic and consumption spending as a result, but the dispersed nature of visitors during the late-night operating hours does not necessarily bring the same ratio of income compared with normal operating hours.
Retailers are happy that the government is backing the night economy. The effects of the policy moves have already been felt in Beijing. The interest in late-night eating has also spread to online food delivery. Retailers are not the only ones extending operating hours; even health care providers are.
The night economy is a very important reflection of the vitality of the economy.
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Tourists in boats surrounded with illuminated decorations at Taierzhuang ancient city during Chinese New Year celebrations on February 6, in Zaozhuang, Shandong Province of China. Street food vendors have always been part of a lively night life. There's a certain enjoyment of life.