A woman wearing a face mask leaves a supermarket with a loaded shopping trolley in Changsha in China’s Hunan province on January 29. China’s market regulator has vowed to punish businesses engaging in price-gouging. Photo: Reuters
Wang Huiyao
Opinion

Opinion

Wang Huiyao

In the face of the new coronavirus, China’s economy is more resilient than it was in 2003

  • While some have pointed out that the global economy is more vulnerable to shocks to China’s economy than during the Sars outbreak, China today has more effective policy levers, deeper resources and better production capacity and technology
A woman wearing a face mask leaves a supermarket with a loaded shopping trolley in Changsha in China’s Hunan province on January 29. China’s market regulator has vowed to punish businesses engaging in price-gouging. Photo: Reuters
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