19 Aug, 2021 13:34
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Woman ride bikes on a street, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Shanghai, China © Reuters / Aly Song
Without supplies of goods coming from China, Western economies face the prospect of rising prices on consumer products they no longer produce themselves.
Max and Stacy ask what would have happened if China shut down for the past year as much of the West did.
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