Factories across China are slowly getting back to work, but there remains considerable uncertainty over when normal production levels will be resumed.
Transport systems remain crippled and, despite many factories being open, many workers are unable to reach their jobs.
And experts warn that the government’s response to the crisis would likely remain “highly dynamic”.
Kaho Yu, senior China analyst for Verisk Maplecroft, said: “Beijing faces a difficult balancing act between containing the …
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