Made in Yiwu | The World Cup

Jan 20 , 2023 | Lifestyle

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While World Cup fans cheered on their favorite teams recently, manufacturers in Yiwu, China rushed to make the merchandise and souvenirs they purchased in droves. On the eve of each World Cup, they produce 100,000 footballs within 50 days, and more than 2 million jerseys for the Cup alone. Take a look behind the scenes of one the world's busiest manufacturing moments of the past year.


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