Asia's service sectors 'most vulnerable if outbreak escalates'

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Wuhanvirus : Asia's service sector s 'most vulnerable if outbreak escalates': FitchRatings

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Fitch says consumer sentiment will be dampened; China to build 1,000-bed hospital over the weekend to treat victims of virus Sat, Jan 25, 2020 - 5:50 AM Singapore/Beijing SERVICE sector activity in Asia, especially tourism-related fields, would be the most vulnerable should the Wuhan virus outbreak escalate sharply. This could leave economies such as Singapore, Thailand and Hong Kong exposed, Fitch Ratings said in a report on... To continue reading Read more: The Business Times

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