Monday, April 21, 2003

Economic impact of SARS

The New York Times reports the further fallout from the SARS epidemic on the economy. Some parts of East Asia's economy are now shrinking, it would appear, because of the disease, but the effects are felt thousands of miles away. In Australia, fishermen whose main customers are Hong Kong restaurants are seeing their trade dry up.

Economies Sickened by a Virus, and Fear, New York Times, 21 April 2003


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