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The astonishing rise of Shenzhen, China’s gadget capital

90% of the world’s electronics come from Shenzhen, including toys and televisions. Image: REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Briony Harris

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No longer a fishing village Image: Reuters/Bobby Yip
Most of the world’s drones are made in Shenzhen Image: Reuters/Jason Lee
By 2030 Shenzhen could be the city making the seventh biggest contribution to global GDP Image: Statista
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