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China is back to normal - the US and Europe are not. Here's how it succeeded

12 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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China, where the novel coronavirus was first discovered, is now by most measures in the clear, with much of life returning to normal.
It is a startling reversal from January and February, where China appeared to be in chaos as the rest of the world looked on.
China's recovery was particularly evident over Golden Week, one of China's largest holidays, which ran from October 1 to October 7.
Some 637 million people - or 46% of the entire country's population - traveled around China that week, spending between them $69 billion on holidays, shopping trips, weddings , and...
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