China’s so-called dynamic zero-Covid policy has forced factories and businesses to close over the last two months with the country grappling with its most severe coronavirus outbreaks for two years. Photo: Getty Images
China’s so-called dynamic zero-Covid policy has forced factories and businesses to close over the last two months with the country grappling with its most severe coronavirus outbreaks for two years. Photo: Getty Images
China jobs

China jobs: employment being ‘hit quite hard’ by coronavirus, Beijing pledges support

  • China’s so-called dynamic zero-Covid policy has forced factories and businesses to close over the last two months amid the worst coronavirus outbreaks for two years
  • China’s urban surveyed unemployment rate had already rose to 5.8 per cent in March, with a record 10.76 million college graduates set to enter the market this year

China’s so-called dynamic zero-Covid policy has forced factories and businesses to close over the last two months with the country grappling with its most severe coronavirus outbreaks for two years. Photo: Getty Images
China’s so-called dynamic zero-Covid policy has forced factories and businesses to close over the last two months with the country grappling with its most severe coronavirus outbreaks for two years. Photo: Getty Images
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