China’s international flight suspensions leave travellers stranded, hurt businesses

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By Stella Qiu and Jamie Freed BEIJING/SYDNEY (Reuters) – When Dwight Law’s father died in November, the Shanghai-based U.S. expat flew back to Kansas, leaving his wife and dog behind in China while he attended to matters relating to his father’s death. Law, who runs an architecture and design firm, has lived in Shanghai for 20 years and had expected to return last week. But with dozens of flights between China and the United States suspended by Chinese authorities because of passengers testing positive for COVID-19 on arrival, finding a flight back even in February is proving near-impossible a…

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