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China after covid: How will the world economy react?

China’s re-opening of its borders is set to be one of the biggest economic events of 2023. It will have global implications for consumers, companies and policymakers

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01:50: Tourism is about to change
02:33: How commodity prices will change
03:27: The impact on foreign investment

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