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Coronavirus: Beijing outbreak ramps up pressure on China’s economic momentum

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing’s rush to contain an outbreak in the capital with mass testing and tough restrictions is putting further strain on China’s economic growth momentum, with the city largely quiet over the five-day Labour Day holiday.

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Beijing’s rush to contain an outbreak in the capital with mass testing and tough restrictions is putting further strain on China’s economic growth momentum, with the city largely quiet over the five-day Labour Day holiday.

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