Schoolchildren arrive to take part in a ceremony to honour fallen national heroes, at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Martyrs’ Day, September 30. Health authorities in the Chinese capital in August removed a requirement for people to wear masks outdoors, taking another step back to normality after lockdowns prompted by the novel coronavirus. Photo: Xinhua Schoolchildren arrive to take part in a ceremony to honour fallen national heroes, at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Martyrs’ Day, September 30. Health authorities in the Chinese capital in August removed a requirement for people to wear masks outdoors, taking another step back to normality after lockdowns prompted by the novel coronavirus. Photo: Xinhua
Schoolchildren arrive to take part in a ceremony to honour fallen national heroes, at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Martyrs’ Day, September 30. Health authorities in the Chinese capital in August removed a requirement for people to wear masks outdoors, taking another step back to normality after lockdowns prompted by the novel coronavirus. Photo: Xinhua
China economy

Letters | US attacks on China just holding back global economic recovery

  • Against all odds, China has survived the Covid -19 pandemic and is rebooting its economy
  • When the world is trying to do the same, it makes no sense to purge Chinese businesses and ban joint ventures

Topic |   China economy
Schoolchildren arrive to take part in a ceremony to honour fallen national heroes, at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Martyrs’ Day, September 30. Health authorities in the Chinese capital in August removed a requirement for people to wear masks outdoors, taking another step back to normality after lockdowns prompted by the novel coronavirus. Photo: Xinhua Schoolchildren arrive to take part in a ceremony to honour fallen national heroes, at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Martyrs’ Day, September 30. Health authorities in the Chinese capital in August removed a requirement for people to wear masks outdoors, taking another step back to normality after lockdowns prompted by the novel coronavirus. Photo: Xinhua
Schoolchildren arrive to take part in a ceremony to honour fallen national heroes, at Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Martyrs’ Day, September 30. Health authorities in the Chinese capital in August removed a requirement for people to wear masks outdoors, taking another step back to normality after lockdowns prompted by the novel coronavirus. Photo: Xinhua
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