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China's Xi says will adjust policies to protect smaller firms from virus impact- state TV

Reuters | Beijing | Updated: 30-03-2020 06:46 IST | Created: 30-03-2020 06:46 IST
China's Xi says will adjust policies to protect smaller firms from virus impact- state TV

Chinese President Xi Jinping said the government will adjust support policies for small and medium-sized firms promptly as the situation develops to protect them from the impact of the coronavirus, Chinese state television reported on Monday.

Xi also said during a Sunday visit to a factory in Ningbo, a city in the eastern Zhejiang province, that Chinese firms should actively resume operation and production even as efforts to control the coronavirus continue, according to the report.


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