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    In Depth: How Coronavirus Outbreak Has Hurt China’s Economy

    2020年02月12日 20:28 来源于 财新网
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    Transportation restrictions have disrupted logistics networks and wreaked havoc on industries from oil refining to device manufacturing
    China’s transportation ministry has estimated that in the 10 days through Feb. 2, people in China took traveled 73% less than the same period last year. Photo: Ye Xueming/Caixin

    More than just a health crisis, the new coronavirus epidemic has also proven to be a big headache for the country’s real economy.

    Although the first cases of the coronavirus were reported at the end of December, it didn’t get taken seriously until at least Jan. 20, when the government confirmed it could be transmitted from one person to another.

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