End of Shanghai lockdowns to alleviate tech supply issues

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China's industrial production is down 2.9% this year due to lockdowns
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China's industrial production is down 2.9% this year due to lockdowns

China's most populous city is poised to lift its lockdown on Wednesday, which should help to ease the tension in global tech supply chains.

Shanghai's limited lockdowns began in mid-March, as the city struggled to contain the country's biggest coronavirus outbreak since the start of the pandemic. Following the April escalation, officia...

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