Falling instant-noodle sales points to the economic rise of rural China

Falling instant-noodle sales points to the economic rise of rural China
An economics professor at Tongji University, Zhang Xin, told Global Times that sales had plunged because far fewer low-paid migrants from rural China were moving to or living in cities, where they are one of the biggest consumers of instant noodles. From 2010 to 2016, the growth in migrant workers .