People read in a reopened bookstore in Wuhan on April 18, after the lifting of the Covid-19 lockdown. Photo: Xinhua People read in a reopened bookstore in Wuhan on April 18, after the lifting of the Covid-19 lockdown. Photo: Xinhua
People read in a reopened bookstore in Wuhan on April 18, after the lifting of the Covid-19 lockdown. Photo: Xinhua
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

China post-Covid-19: why it’s still too soon to count on the property sector springing back to life

  • China has flattened the curve, but isn’t out of the woods yet. While there are signs of recovery in the office and retail sectors, China is restarting its economy during a global recession. Also, new infections in Harbin are worrying

People read in a reopened bookstore in Wuhan on April 18, after the lifting of the Covid-19 lockdown. Photo: Xinhua People read in a reopened bookstore in Wuhan on April 18, after the lifting of the Covid-19 lockdown. Photo: Xinhua
People read in a reopened bookstore in Wuhan on April 18, after the lifting of the Covid-19 lockdown. Photo: Xinhua
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