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What the great reopening means for China—and the world

16 mins | Jan 11, 2023
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Xi Jinping's "zero-covid" policy lasted longer than anyone expected, causing a manufacturing exodus, fuelling inflation and drawing global criticism. Now China is opening up, and The Economist warns that we can't expect things to socially or economically return to normal.

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