Thursday, May 19, 2022

Policy

WHO chief says China’s zero-Covid policy not ‘sustainable’

China's zero-Covid policy has drawn criticism ranging from scientists to its own citizens, leading to a cycle of lockdowns of many millions of people, anguish and anger.

‘Whack-a-mole’: Experts call Hong Kong’s zero-Covid policy unsustainable

Once one of the world’s most connected places, Hong Kong is reeling from the closure of its borders, impacting the free flow of people and the availability of food and foreign products the city is so highly dependent on.

US adopts rule that could see Chinese firms leave Wall Street

The mandate requires companies to disclose whether they are 'owned or controlled' by a government, the Securities and Exchange Commission says.

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