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China Protests Over ‘Zero Covid’ Follow Months of Economic Pain

The toll of China’s unwavering approach to fighting Covid has rippled through the world’s second-largest economy for months: Youth unemployment reached a record 20 percent, corporate profits sagged, and economic […]




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Chinese Unrest Over Lockdown Upends Global Economic Outlook

The swelling protests against severe pandemic restrictions in China — the world’s second-largest economy — are injecting a new element of uncertainty and instability into the global economy when nations […]




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Yellen Calls for ‘Stabilizing’ U.S. Relations With China Ahead of G20

She added, “It’s important for us to explain why we’re doing things, how it’s delineated, that it’s not an attempt to completely paralyze China’s economy and stop its development.”Despite Ms. […]













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Apple Is Facing Major Challenges in China

Every September, Apple unveils its latest phones at its futuristic Silicon Valley campus. A few weeks later, tens of millions of its newest handsets, assembled by legions of seasonal workers […]




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Apple Could Be Short of iPhones Because of Factory Disruptions in China

Weeks after expressing optimism about the global economy and its business, Apple on Sunday warned that its sales would fall short of expectations because a key iPhone factory in China […]







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How Finnair’s Huge Bet on Faster Flights to Asia Suddenly Came Undone

When Russia closed its airspace, it upended the decades-long strategy for making Finland a European travel hub to and from the East. Read More