A number of cities, counties and districts in China have recently declared they were in “wartime mode” while ordering mandatory lockdowns and nucleic-acid testing for the coronavirus. Photo: EPA A number of cities, counties and districts in China have recently declared they were in “wartime mode” while ordering mandatory lockdowns and nucleic-acid testing for the coronavirus. Photo: EPA
A number of cities, counties and districts in China have recently declared they were in “wartime mode” while ordering mandatory lockdowns and nucleic-acid testing for the coronavirus. Photo: EPA
China economy

China’s state-run economic model is not the answer to all future problems, despite coronavirus success, prominent economists warn

  • As lives in parts of the country are upended by coronavirus control measures, authorities are being called on to adhere to higher human rights standards
  • Ruthless pandemic crackdowns are said to be a reflection of how some local governments treat economic policies, resulting in poor business climates

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A number of cities, counties and districts in China have recently declared they were in “wartime mode” while ordering mandatory lockdowns and nucleic-acid testing for the coronavirus. Photo: EPA A number of cities, counties and districts in China have recently declared they were in “wartime mode” while ordering mandatory lockdowns and nucleic-acid testing for the coronavirus. Photo: EPA
A number of cities, counties and districts in China have recently declared they were in “wartime mode” while ordering mandatory lockdowns and nucleic-acid testing for the coronavirus. Photo: EPA
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