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The precipitous drop in visitors from China could represent as big a danger to Thailand as the virus itself.The precipitous drop in visitors from China could represent as big a danger to Thailand as the virus itself.

Coronavirus Hits Thailand Hard – The Diplomat

The economy may grow by less than 2% this year while exports are likely to contract, mainly from the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, a senior central bank official said on Thursday.The economy may grow by less than 2% this year while exports are likely to contract, mainly from the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, a senior central bank official said on Thursday.

Growth may be less than 2%, says central banker

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), which is well-respected for its economic outlook reports, recently published a report on the global forecast forThe Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), which is well-respected for its economic outlook reports, recently published a report on the global forecast for

The slump in Chinese visitors following the coronavirus outbreak is being felt across Asia and could turn "catastrophic," one expert warns.The consequences could be "catastrophic" one expert warns

Asia's Tourism-Dependent Economies Hit Hard by Coronavirus | Time

Covid-19 brings many unquantifiable risksCovid-19 brings many unquantifiable risks

Viral slowdown - How China’s coronavirus epidemic could hurt the world economy | Leaders | The Economist

“The Corona Virus is an extremely serious threat to our people and our economy. My sense is the government is not taking this threat seriously. Timely action is critical. #coronavirus https://t.co/bspz4l1tFM”

Rahul Gandhi on Twitter: "The Corona Virus is an extremely serious threat to our people and our economy. My sense is the government is not taking this threat seriously. Timely action is critical. #coronavirus https://t.co/bspz4l1tFM"

“CORONA VIRUS now 60,000 sick. A thousand dead. Unchecked could affect 60% of global population. Fatality rate MAYBE 1%. China deliberate suppression of news allowed it to rapidly spread unchecked. Now has ENORMOUS economic and political consequences.”

Barry R McCaffrey on Twitter: "CORONA VIRUS now 60,000 sick. A thousand dead. Unchecked could affect 60% of global population. Fatality rate MAYBE 1%. China deliberate suppression of news allowed it to rapidly spread unchecked. Now has ENORMOUS economic and political consequences."

“Despite the coronavirus risks, the European Commission says the euro-area economy remains on a “steady path.” That’s partly because its baseline assumption is that the virus outbreak peaks this quarter, with “relatively limited global spillovers” https://t.co/wNLBvQX2MC”

Zoe Schneeweiss on Twitter: "Despite the coronavirus risks, the European Commission says the euro-area economy remains on a “steady path.” That’s partly because its baseline assumption is that the virus outbreak peaks this quarter, with “relatively limited global spillovers” https://t.co/wNLBvQX2MC… https://t.co/g9aKaiRrka"

“MARKET EDGE The global death toll from the novel coronavirus rises to over 1,100. Fed Chief Jay Powell talks up the U.S. economy, while citing the virus as a risk to the outlook. Amid the virus outbreak, the… https://t.co/L0YW85GjaQ”

Cathy Yang on Twitter: "MARKET EDGE The global death toll from the novel coronavirus rises to over 1,100. Fed Chief Jay Powell talks up the U.S. economy, while citing the virus as a risk to the outlook. Amid the virus outbreak, the… https://t.co/L0YW85GjaQ"

World GDP may contract by 1% in 1Q20, which would be first quarter-to-quarter contraction since 1Q09 - Anadolu AgencyWorld GDP may contract by 1% in 1Q20, which would be first quarter-to-quarter contraction since 1Q09 - Anadolu Agency

Coronavirus to delay global recovery, cause oil surplus

With experts predicting China's production activities to remain subdued for two quarters, emerging markets like India may attract a large number of foreign businesses and investments.With experts predicting China's production activities to remain subdued for two quarters, emerging markets like India may attract a large number of foreign businesses and investments.

Will Coronovirus shift global investment from China to India? - Business News

It will be a long time before we understand what the outbreak did to the global economy.It will be a long time before we understand what the outbreak did to the global economy.

Coronavirus’s Effects on Global Markets Will Be Delayed - The Atlantic

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Tourism and Sports Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn expects tourist arrivals to plunge by 50 per cent in the first half of this year because of the Covid-19 virus.BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Tourism and Sports Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn expects tourist arrivals to plunge by 50 per cent in the first half of this year because of the Covid-19 virus.

Thai minister expects virus to shave tourism numbers by half | The Star Online

In a survey of economists, 83 percent expected the coronavirus outbreak will have a small impact on U.S. GDPIn a survey of economists, 83 percent expected the coronavirus outbreak will have a small impact on U.S. GDP

The viral outbreak is still in the early stages of development, while five million people left the city of Wuhan before the border is closed.The viral outbreak is still in the early stages of development, while five million people left the city of Wuhan before the border is closed.

Coronavirus Will Be A Drag On Global Connectivity And Cross-Border Investments

: THE BUSINESS TIMES ASEAN Business - . Read more at The Business Times.THE BUSINESS TIMES - . Read more at The Business Times.

Impact of Coronavirus epidemic to have widespread spillovers to the region and rest of the world , ASEAN Business - THE BUSINESS TIMES

242 new deaths were recorded yesterday in Hubei, the deadliest day of the outbreak. So what's behind the big rise?242 new deaths were recorded yesterday in Hubei, the deadliest day of the outbreak. So what's behind the big rise?

Coronavirus UPDATE - sharp increase in cases, UK officials battle to contain a new threat | The Thaiger

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