China's Zero-Covid Strategy Could Run to 2023
Alfredo Montufar-Helu, Director (Beijing), The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network
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As the rest of the world tries to find ways to reopen borders safely and transition to an endemic phase of Covid-19, China has taken a different tact in maintaining a zero Covid approach. How sustainable is this pandemic strategy and what could be the implications in the long-run? We discuss China's economic outlook with Alfredo Montufar-Helu of The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network. Image credit: EPA-EFE
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Categories: health policy, diseases and conditions
Tags: china, government policy, covid-19 pandemic, economic outlook,