Gradual Resumption Dilutes Fears of Severe Damage to Supply Chain

Posted by Jimmy Zhu on Feb 23, 2020 9:00:00 PM

The worry that the global supply chain, especially that of the auto industry, would be severely damaged by the sudden strike of the coronavirus, is being gradually mitigated as the world's second-largest economy steadily guides companies to resume operation with policy supports and boosting consumption.

Jimmy Zhu, Chief Strategist at Fullerton Research explains in this CGTN exclusive why production will gradually return to normal levels by the end of the first quarter as long as there are no further outbreaks of COVID-19.