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In many German cities, shops have been allowed to reopen their doors. But it is mandatory for shoppers to provide a negative coronavirus test result before their shopping outing can even begin — and that's a problem.
Most goods are transported around the globe by ship, making overseas containers essential. But demand for the metal boxes far outstrips supply at the moment.
Indonesia is expecting to draw in "sizable" investment in Industry 4.0 sectors such as AI, machine learning and robotics. But huge challenges remain.
As nonessential businesses reopen, DW talked to business owners and patrons in North London to see if this lockdown will really be the last.
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