People walk past a worker wiping the window of a clothing shop in Beijing displaying a notice about work resumption and pandemic prevention. Photo: AP People walk past a worker wiping the window of a clothing shop in Beijing displaying a notice about work resumption and pandemic prevention. Photo: AP
People walk past a worker wiping the window of a clothing shop in Beijing displaying a notice about work resumption and pandemic prevention. Photo: AP
Chaoping Zhu
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Chaoping Zhu

China is focused on softening the economic blow of coronavirus, not making a quick recovery

  • Since China’s recovery trajectory will be shaped by external events, including the effects of the pandemic in its demand markets, Beijing is focusing on domestic priorities like jobs, small companies and loosening financial conditions

People walk past a worker wiping the window of a clothing shop in Beijing displaying a notice about work resumption and pandemic prevention. Photo: AP People walk past a worker wiping the window of a clothing shop in Beijing displaying a notice about work resumption and pandemic prevention. Photo: AP
People walk past a worker wiping the window of a clothing shop in Beijing displaying a notice about work resumption and pandemic prevention. Photo: AP
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