Life has pretty much returned to normal in China.
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The COVID-19 pandemic began in China, but after putting into place harsh lockdown measures in the winter and spring, the country has found its economic footing as most of the rest of the world continues to struggle. On the latest episode of the Pivot podcast, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss China’s rebound and what Asia’s relative success at controlling the coronavirus means for the global economic future.
Kara Swisher: China’s economy grew by nearly 5 percent in the recent quarter. This means China’s likely to be the only major economy to expand this year. Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund expects the world economy to contract 4 percent. And, by the way,…