Apr 17, 2020
China and the U.S. are growing (or not growing) apart
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China’s first quarter GDP contracts for the first time since 1992. Plus: what it’s like to run an unemployment insurance program right now.
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Shortages of medical goods change executives’ views of ties between giant trading partners
The Chinese economy virtually stopped for nearly two months. One clothier is barely hanging on while life slowly returns to normal.
"Nothing has been as challenging, as nerve-wracking, as stressful as this," said Ed Serna, Executive Director of the Texas Workforce Commission.
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