News Coronavirus watch03 Mar 2020

Covid-19 places $122bn of Chinese trade exposure at risk


The worst coronavirus-related fears of global insurers and risk managers might be realised soon with the outbreak likely to cause massive business interruption and unbalance existing global supply chains. With the virus first spreading across China from January 2020, its effects on trade are gradually being seen among Chinese companies according to findings from risk-modelling firm Russell Group.

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