Coronavirus: New Zealand moves Apec summit online, says no to return of international students

New Zealand said on Tuesday that next year’s Apec summit of Asia-Pacific leaders will be held online, with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern warning there is no guarantee the global coronavirus pandemic would be over by late 2021.The annual 21-nation Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation gathering was due to be held in Auckland in November 2021, attracting thousands of delegates, diplomats and journalists to New Zealand’s largest city.But with international travel crippled and the World Health…

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