Chinese city hands out e-vouchers to boost consumption


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  • Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020

Foshan residents and tourists can get the vouchers on Alibaba's online-payment service Alipay or an official application platform, and enjoy a cash rebate when making payments at offline shops. - Reuters

GUANGZHOU (Xinhua): The southern Chinese city of Foshan has issued e-vouchers to boost consumption, following similar programmes launched by several other Chinese cities to bail out the economy battered by the Covid-19 outbreak.

Starting from April, local residents and tourists can get the vouchers on Alibaba's online-payment service Alipay or an official application platform, and enjoy a cash rebate when making payments at offline shops.

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