China urged to set ‘clear road map’ for zero-Covid exit to enable economic recovery as premier looks to fourth quarter

Premier Li Keqiang said China’s economy generally recovered and stabilised in the third quarter, but that Beijing will push ahead in the last three months of the year to offset the impact of zero-Covid and a property crisis.

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