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VDMA demands urges lifting quarantine regulations

The German Engineering Federation (VDMA) is demanding that the quarantine requirement for vaccinated individuals entering China be lifted. It also criticizes the restrictions that come with the country’s zero-Covid strategy. “This is not only a huge nuisance with economic consequences for our member companies. China is also cutting into its own flesh with this restrictive entry policy, because access to service is being blocked just as much as to new technologies,” says Ulrich Ackermann, Head of the VDMA’s foreign trade department.

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