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Vehicles wait at a toll station for information verification and temperature checks on Wednesday as inbound traffic restrictions into Wuhan, Hubei province, are eased. Some outbound restrictions are set to be eased on April 8 for the Chinese city hardest hit by COVID-19. See story, Mei Tao / For China Daily page 3

Xi set to attend G20 summit

China expects to enhance unity, cooperation and coordination with the international community to fight the novel coronavirus pneumonia pandemic and stabilize the global economy at the G20 special summit to be attended by President Xi Jinping, a senior diplomat said on Wednesday.


Hubei returns to life after lockdown eased

Hubei province has begun gradually reopening all transport services in areas other than Wuhan since Wednesday to ensure smooth resumption of work and production.


Govt seeking to stabilize employment

The central government is endeavoring to stabilize employment and help companies to minimize losses caused by novel coronavirus pneumonia, a senior official said at a news conference organized by the State Council on Wednesday.


Emergency G20 video summit must come up with the goods

At a time when country after country has come to a virtual standstill and billions of people are being told to stay indoors, the special G20 video summit being hosted by Saudi Arabia on Thursday cannot be a virtual meet-and-greet for the leaders of the developed and major developing countries.


Policy action for healthy world economy

While quarantining and social distancing is the right prescription to combat COVID-19's public health impact, the exact opposite is needed when it comes to securing the global economy.


Balkan pair edges closer to EU goal

Two Balkan nations with long-held aspirations to become members of the European Union finally learned this week that the bloc is ready to negotiate their future participation.


CEA transports key medical workers, equipment to Wuhan

In the fight against the novel coronavirus, the nation has collectively pulled together to limit the spread and get much needed resources, and China Eastern Airlines has played its part in the country's massive response.


Shares swell on US stimulus deal

Financial markets across the world, particularly those in Asia and Europe, gained confidence on Wednesday as investors renewed faith that stronger government interventions may help soften economic blows from the novel coronavirus outbreak.


Commercialization to lead academic patents

China has introduced new measures to ensure the value of academic patents and spur the transfer of inventions from universities to the marketplace.


Knights at the museum

Like many other residents in Wuhan, capital of Hubei province and the city hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak, Fang Qin read the news on Jan 23 that his city was locked down to control the spread of the virus on WeChat while he was having breakfast.


Players perfect art of killing time in problematic preseason

Traveling across the globe, constant rescheduling and multiple quarantine periods while worrying about loved ones back home-it's safe to say life has been more than a little stressful for Chinese Super League players in recent months.


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