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Asia | 16 Mar 2020 Damaged Global Demand will Curtail China's Recovery Potential
The sharply increased virus spread outside China has lead to a serious downgrade in the global GDP growth outlook.

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16 Mar 2020 Damaged Global Demand will Curtail China's Recovery Potential

By Beamish Freya

The sharply increased virus spread outside China has lead to a serious downgrade in the global GDP growth outlook.

Posted: 16th Mar 2020 in 'Asia'

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