Recently, the "land-economy economy" has killed a bloody road and has become the most popular topic after tea and dinner. In addition, local policies and major Internet companies have launched efforts to support the “land-sharing economy”.
But what is good for "street stalls"? The data shows that the hottest categories of "land stall economy" are daily necessities, underwear, digital, beauty, personal care, and toys. The top three buyers of related categories are Guangdong, Zhejiang and Jiangsu. The author believes that the stall economy will involve subdivided fields of the textile and apparel industry, such as socks, shoes, hats, underwear, and clothing, etc. These fields will all get blowout development. Now that foreign trade is difficult, the land-sharing economy may open a new breakthrough for the sluggish textile industry.