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Coronavirus a stress test for China’s economy, Xi Jinping ‘told Communist Party insiders in April’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The coronavirus pandemic was a stress test for the Chinese economy, exposing risks to the industrial supply chain, Chinese President Xi Jinping told senior Communist Party advisers as he briefed them for the first time in early April on his “dual circulation” plan to boost domestic consumption.“This pandemic is a stress test under real combat conditions,” Xi said in a speech on April 10, two days after Beijing lifted the lockdown in the central city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus was first…

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The coronavirus pandemic was a stress test for the Chinese economy, exposing risks to the industrial supply chain, Chinese President Xi Jinping told senior Communist Party advisers as he briefed them for the first time in early April on his “dual circulation” plan to boost domestic consumption.“This pandemic is a stress test under real combat conditions,” Xi said in a speech on April 10, two days after Beijing lifted the lockdown in the central city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus was first…

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