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Employee-sharing schemes are softening the blow for China’s pandemic-hit businesses

The worker-sharing scheme has thrown a lifeline to China’s smaller companies, especially restaurants. Image: REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

Jane Li

China tech reporter, Quartz

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