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Students buy used clothes and other staff at a flee market in a university in Neijiang, Sichuan province. [Photo by Lan Zitao/China Daily] 

A promising market

Secondhand clothing stores are commonplace in developed countries, but few exist in China.

"Some of my Japanese friends have become used to buying secondhand clothes, even though some are more expensive than new ones," said Zhao ...

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nowadays people don't buy used clothing anymore for fear of contagious skin disease like bromodosis. Some countries take a step further by replacing Styrofoam with biodegradable plastic for packing lunches and dinners.

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Activity in the recycling technology means a lot of expert team in this field will emerge.
Steady increasing the number of new expert teams in all field is the best way to overcome middle income trap

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