Podcast: Wuhan Coronavirus
About the author:
- Author name:
- By Michael Knox
- Job title:
- Chief Economist and Director of Strategy
- Date posted:
- 05 February 2020, 11:58 AM
- Where might it have come from?
- How fast is it growing?
- What are its effects on the Australian Economy?
"The direct economic effect of Coronavirus in Australia stems from both Chinese full fee students enrolled in Australian universities, and Chinese tourists. That means, on an annual basis the Coronavirus could have an effect up to 1.5% or A$27.5 billion."
Morgans Chief Economist Michael Knox discusses this and more in his latest podcast: Wuhan Coronavirus.
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