Wenzhou, a small city located in the southeast corner of China, is one of the most developed regions in terms of privatized economy in the country. The "Wenzhou Model" of economic development and modernization has been well known both in China and abroad, and a popular common saying calls Wenzhounese the "Jews of the Orient".
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