Friday 31 January 2020

How the coronavirus may impact China's economic growth

This CNBC video is interesting. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on how the coronavirus outbreak is expected to take a serious toll on China's economy. 2020 China GDP estimates are now decreased. The economy growth will be decreased.


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    Translation: English to Chinese:


    這個CNBC影片很有趣。 CNBC的尤妮絲·尤恩(Eunice Yoon)報導說,預計冠狀病毒的爆發將嚴重損害中國經濟。 2020年中國的GDP估算現在有所下降。 經濟增長將下降。

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