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Asia | 24 Jan 2020 China's Economy is More Exposed to Deadly Disease now, than in 2003
We can't yet know how bad the spread of the coronavirus from the Chinese city of Wuhan will be.

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24 Jan 2020 China's Economy is More Exposed to Deadly Disease now, than in 2003

By Freya Beamish

We can't yet know how bad the spread of the coronavirus from the Chinese city of Wuhan will be.

Posted: 24th Jan 2020 in 'Asia'

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