‘Coronavirus, force majeure certificate and private international law’

“Due to the outbreak, China has adopted a number of public health measures, including closing schools and workplaces, limiting public gatherings, restricting travel and movement of people, screening , quarantine and isolation. At least 48 cities were locked down by 14 Feb 2020. More than two thirds of China’s migrant workers were unable to return to work, leaving those firms that have restarted operation running below capacity …” (more)

[Sophia Tang, Conflict of Laws .net, 1 March]

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