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Coronavirus: China’s rust belt struggles to revive virus-hit economies as brain drain continues

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s northeastern rust belt provinces are battling an influx of coronavirus cases from across their borders, a problem that is threatening to exacerbate the ongoing exodus of skilled workers to more prosperous parts of the country.This hollowing out of talent in Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning threatens to deepen the provinces’ long-standing economic troubles, just as they struggle to recover from the fallout of the coronavirus outbreak.Heilongjiang province, which sits in China’s far north…

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China’s northeastern rust belt provinces are battling an influx of coronavirus cases from across their borders, a problem that is threatening to exacerbate the ongoing exodus of skilled workers to more prosperous parts of the country.This hollowing out of talent in Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning threatens to deepen the provinces’ long-standing economic troubles, just as they struggle to recover from the fallout of the coronavirus outbreak.Heilongjiang province, which sits in China’s far north…

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