Dec 07, 2022 08:24 PM

Logistics Begins Slow Recovery as China Eases Covid Controls

Logistics services in China are recovering at a sluggish pace, despite the government relaxing its “zero-Covid” policy, as lingering restrictions and sporadic virus outbreaks continue to hinder the mobility of goods and people.

State-owned China Postal Express & Logistics Co. Ltd. — the logistics arm of the country’s official postal service — delivered 300 million packages on Tuesday, up from 259 million a week earlier, but still lower than the 375 million a month before, official data show.

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