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Topic - Bai Ming
"The exchange rate problem is one we would have to face sooner or later. That is a fact we have to accept," said Bai Ming, deputy general manager of Zhejiang Mingfeng Car Accesories Co., which exports car covers to the Americas, Europe and South Korea.
"What we are trying to do is to raise productivity and save costs. We cannot just sit back and wait," he said.