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Morgan Stanley warns coronavirus could drag on global, Chinese GDP growth

Reuters Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Morgan Stanley said on Wednesday the coronavirus outbreak in China was likely to hurt global growth in the near-term and could shave up to 1 percentage point off Chinese growth in the first quarter.
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