July 8, 2022

China, home to 1.3 billion people, the world’s second largest economy, and the largest exporter of goods has shut down its border since early 2020. In the wake of the epidemic, China adhered to a general policy of dynamic clearing, and established various measures to prevent imports from abroad and to prevent a resurgence from within. These measures were designed to ensure that enterprises and employees are protected from global epidemics, its limited possibility of travel, zero-covid policy and strict action to limit the impact and speed of COVID-19 virus has caused a serious imbalance in the world’s socioeconomic status.

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