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Manufacturers in China on edge as zero-COVID eases

Factories working out how to keep production running if infections surge

HONG KONG/TAIPEI -- Manufacturers in China are scrambling to prepare for a surge in virus infections that could further slow production as the country pivots away from its zero-COVID strategy.

Last Wednesday, China adjusted some of the world's toughest coronavirus measures, which relied on years of strict lockdowns and citywide testing to quash outbreaks.

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