Coronavirus, Wuhan, Imf

Coronavirus, Wuhan

IMF chief says coronavirus might warrant coordinated economic response

IMF chief says coronavirus might warrant coordinated economic response

15.2.2020

IMF chief says coronavirus might warrant coordinated economic response

BERLIN (BLOOMBERG) - The head of the International Monetary Fund said global central banks and governments may need to unite to fight the economic fallout from the coronavirus.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

"There needs to be bottom-up analysis of the impact so we can then agree on synchronised, or even better, coordinated measures to protect the world economy from a more serious shock."HSBC Holdings Plc this week became the latest bank to cut its outlook for global growth, reducing it to 2.3 per cent from 2.5 per cent.

While the People's Bank of China has provided liquidity and counterparts in the Philippines, Thailand and Malaysia have cut interest rates, most major central banks have signalled an alertness to the virus yet not signalled an intention to ease.

Read more: The Straits Times

IMF chief sees 'mild' virus impact on global economyWASHINGTON: It is too early to tell the economic toll from the virus outbreak in China, but the hit to global growth should be 'mild', ...

IMF sees resilient Chinese economy in mid- to long-term despite coronavirus outbreakWASHINGTON (REUTERS) - China's economy is expected to remain resilient in the medium- to long-term, although the shorter term impact of the fast-moving coronavirus remains unclear, the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday (Feb 13).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

IMF sees resilient Chinese economy in mid- to long-term despite coronavirus outbreakWASHINGTON (REUTERS) - China's economy is expected to remain resilient in the medium- to long-term, although the shorter term impact of the fast-moving coronavirus remains unclear, the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday (Feb 13).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Diplomatic considerations of coronavirus responseBy Tan Hui Yee. Read more at straitstimes.com.

China transparent in coronavirus response: UN envoyUNITED NATIONS (AFP) - China has handled the coronavirus outbreak in a transparent and 'highly responsible' way, the country's UN ambassador said Wednesday (Feb 12), after criticism that local authorities did not react quickly enough.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

China transparent in coronavirus response: UN envoyChina has handled the new coronavirus outbreak in a transparent and 'highly responsible' way, the country's UN ambassador said Wednesday, after ... ua , dislike those talks about propaganda , cover up , ccp etc etc .... where got time ? and talks of Mr Xi hiding those craps .... And Chernobyl my god , just a flu that constagious , not turned them into cancer victims overnight or zombies like walking dead



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