Vietnam plans to ease coronavirus curbs and allow businesses to restart production from next week to prop up an economy which has suffered under lengthy lockdowns, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh said on Saturday. The current outbreak and related restrictions on movement have impacted its manufacturing-led economy, forcing the closure of some factories. "Around Sept. 30, safe localities can ease COVID restrictions and revive business and social activities," Chinh told a government meeting.
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