, the top leadership has begun to speak openly about the Illustrator Artwork economic impact of the prolonged "zeroing" policy on the world's second-largest economy . Premier Li Keqiang of the State Council held a video conference in May, acknowledging that the current economic difficulties are greater than that of the first wave of the epidemic two years ago. Under the impact of the first wave of the epidemic in 2020, China's economy was hit hard, and the GDP in the first quarter of that year was year-on-year.
Down 6.8%. That was not only the lowest figure since China began releasing quarterly GDP data in 1992, but also the first time the quarterly growth rate was negative. Although Xi Jinping once again emphasized his insistence on "clearing" during his inspection in Wuhan, some people pointed out that he seemed to be publicly mentioning the impact of policies on economic development for the first time. Shanghai, which gradually eased its lockdown from June 1, reported one positive MPs are from different parties in the UK, including Liberal Democrat leader Ed. Sir Ed Davey,
and four Conservative MPs who have served as government ministers. Reports have linked the two companies to human rights abuses in China. This is a new problem for Chinese technology companies in overseas business after Chinese telecom giant Huawei's business in the UK was blocked. The BBC asked the companies for comment. said in its response that it was "demonized" by non-mainstream groups that were anti-surveillance equipment. How common is it in the UK to use surveillance equipment made by Chinese companies? Why do Chinese-made surveillance equipment attract political attention? Surveillance equipment outside UK parliament Photo Credit: BBC News 73% of local governments in the UK, 57% of secondary schools in England, 60% of hospitals in the NHS, as well as universities and police forces use surveillance equipment from China Surveillance