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China’s closed borders ‘a real problem’ for foreign business operations amid coronavirus

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]This is the second in a series about China’s plans to reopen its borders to the world amid the Covid-19 pandemic.China’s practice of quickly clamping down on even the smallest coronavirus outbreaks – by imposing aggressive restrictions on movement and mandating widespread testing – has for the most part kept the pandemic at bay since the initial lockdowns in January 2020.But this unorthodox approach, including effectively closing the nation’s border to visitors, is having a knock-on effect of…

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This is the second in a series about China’s plans to reopen its borders to the world amid the Covid-19 pandemic.China’s practice of quickly clamping down on even the smallest coronavirus outbreaks – by imposing aggressive restrictions on movement and mandating widespread testing – has for the most part kept the pandemic at bay since the initial lockdowns in January 2020.But this unorthodox approach, including effectively closing the nation’s border to visitors, is having a knock-on effect of…

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