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China parliament to hold annual meeting as COVID-19 inflicts severe economic pain | Video

China will open its long-delayed annual legislative session on May 22, a sign that the government thinks the COVID-19 outbreak in the country is under control. Beijing is expected to roll out additional fiscal stimulus at the conclave, in the face of ballooning unemployment. Jeremy Koh reports.

China parliament to hold annual meeting as COVID-19 inflicts severe economic pain | Video

29 Apr 2020 10:39pm
China will open its long-delayed annual legislative session on May 22, a sign that the government thinks the COVID-19 outbreak in the country is under control. Beijing is expected to roll out additional fiscal stimulus at the conclave, in the face of ballooning unemployment. Jeremy Koh reports.

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