Patients lie on beds in the emergency department of a hospital amid the Covid-19 outbreak in Shanghai on January 5. Reuters
Patients lie on beds in the emergency department of a hospital amid the Covid-19 outbreak in Shanghai on January 5. Reuters
Aidan Yao
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Aidan Yao

As zero-Covid ends abruptly, China’s economy is living its darkest hours before the dawn

  • What was assumed to be a gradual reopening has turned into a sprint to the exit. This means deeper near-term disruptions but the rebound is also likely to be more vigorous

Patients lie on beds in the emergency department of a hospital amid the Covid-19 outbreak in Shanghai on January 5. Reuters
Patients lie on beds in the emergency department of a hospital amid the Covid-19 outbreak in Shanghai on January 5. Reuters
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