Shoppers carrying fresh produce in Beijing on Monday. China is trying to shore up sagging economic growth, battered by its zero-Covid policy. Photo: AP Photo
Shoppers carrying fresh produce in Beijing on Monday. China is trying to shore up sagging economic growth, battered by its zero-Covid policy. Photo: AP Photo
Zhou Xin
Opinion

Opinion

My Take by Zhou Xin

Why silencing debate over China’s economy is bad for the country

  • Alternative voices have been dismissed, despite China’s economic failings becoming too real to ignore
  • The elephant in the room is how the country can balance economic growth and its zero-Covid policy

Shoppers carrying fresh produce in Beijing on Monday. China is trying to shore up sagging economic growth, battered by its zero-Covid policy. Photo: AP Photo
Shoppers carrying fresh produce in Beijing on Monday. China is trying to shore up sagging economic growth, battered by its zero-Covid policy. Photo: AP Photo
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