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China coronavirus: mass-testing push could cost 1.7 trillion yuan a year if rolled out across country

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]As more cities announce mass-testing initiatives, analysts warn that the cost of such efforts will further pressure local authorities and municipal coffers that are already being strained by attempts to shore up economic growth.

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As more cities announce mass-testing initiatives, analysts warn that the cost of such efforts will further pressure local authorities and municipal coffers that are already being strained by attempts to shore up economic growth.

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