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CNOOC Limited (CEO)

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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-China's Shenzhen orders big firms such as Foxconn into closed loop to curb COVID

    The Chinese city of Shenzhen told 100 major companies including iPhone maker Foxconn to set up "closed-loop" systems as it battles COVID-19, according to a document attributed to the local government circulating online on Monday. While Reuters could not independently verify the document, a notice at a Shenzhen office of oil giant CNOOC Ltd seen by Reuters said that the building would be closed for seven days until July 31, with staff to work from home and continue with daily COVID testing. A CNOOC spokesperson did not have an immediate comment.

  • Reuters

    China's Shenzhen orders big firms such as Foxconn into closed loop to curb COVID

    The Chinese city of Shenzhen told 100 major companies including iPhone maker Foxconn to set up "closed-loop" systems as it battles COVID-19, according to a document attributed to the local government circulating online on Monday. While Reuters could not independently verify the document, a notice at a Shenzhen office of oil giant CNOOC Ltd seen by Reuters said that the building would be closed for seven days until July 31, with staff to work from home and continue with daily COVID testing. The Shenzhen government did not respond to a request for comment.

  • Bloomberg

    China Seals Off IPhone Maker, CNOOC in Shenzhen to Battle Covid

    (Bloomberg) -- China has forced some of its biggest companies, including iPhone maker Foxconn and oil producer Cnooc Ltd., to operate within a “closed loop” restricted system for seven days as the southern manufacturing hub of Shenzhen battles its latest Covid outbreak.Most Read from BloombergRockstar Games Cleaned Up Its Frat-Boy Culture — and Grand Theft Auto, TooUS Economy Shrinks for a Second Quarter, Fueling Recession FearsFed Hikes 75 Basis Points Second Time, Signals Third Is PossibleBide

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