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Coronavirus: how China’s closed borders have hit trade and diplomacy

This is the seventh in a series about China’s plans to reopen its borders amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Here, Josephine Ma, Cissy Zhou and Jevans Nyabiage look into how China’s trade and diplomacy have been affected by the lack of face-to-face interactions.Like many countries, virtual meetings have been vitally important for China – the world’s second-largest economy – to keep trade and diplomacy alive after it closed its borders in March last year.But videoconferencing does not always cut it,…

Read the original article at South China Morning Post

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