After eight weeks without any domestically transmitted coronavirus cases, Beijing now faces more than 180 new COVID-19 cases over the last five days. Authorities believe this recent outbreak originated at the Xinfadi wholesale farmer’s market in Fengtai District.
When I took the metro at 6am on a Sunday morning in Beijing, trains were running every three minutes. This past quarter I surveyed six cities in China. The largest of these cities, Beijing, Shanghai, and Chengdu, all have modern and efficient metro systems.
AIRINC and Worldwide ERC are organizing a half-day briefing to share key global mobility trends from AIRINC’s survey and discuss how companies can structure its mobility operations, policies, and assignment packages to effectively deploy cross-border transfers and meet business objectives.
We’ve all seen pictures of hazy Beijing streets with people walking in masks, and that image is not far from the reality I found while on survey.