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Your Week in Asia

Hubei goes to work, Cathay Pacific results and Japan wage negotiations

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A Cathay Pacific plane flies over the flag of Hong Kong. The airline and its parent Swire Pacific will post annual results this week.    © Reuters

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Business in the Chinese province of Hubei is set to resume this week, ending a government-imposed lockdown in place since Jan. 23. Hubei’s capital, Wuhan, was the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. Business hasn't entirely stopped, however, as revealed by our exclusive report last week that Beijing quietly permitted some tech companies to resume production despite the quarantine. 

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