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New Zealand prepared for 'serious impact' on economy from virus - finance minister

Reuters India Thursday, 27 February 2020
The coronavirus outbreak could have a serious impact on New Zealand's economy in the short term, the country's finance minister said on Thursday, amid new data that showed businesses were feeling more pessimistic about their prospects.
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