Caixin Biz Roundup: China’s Covid Caseload Hits Six-Month High
Nationwide surge leads to partial lockdowns, small-business owners are bearish on fourth-quarter results, and economists at the Caixin Summit urge Beijing to strike a better balance between economic and non-economic targets
Correction: More than 27,000 asymptomatic Covid cases were reported in China for Wednesday.
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