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Latest developments of the #CoronavirusOutbreak  : - Worldwide: 83,048 confirmed cases, 2,858 deaths - China: At least 2,788 dead - South Korea: Cases top 2,000 - Hong Kong: Dog found to have “low level” of #coronavirus  More @business  : #코로나20 #COVID2019 

UNL study-abroad programs to mainland China as well as Italy, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam have been canceled.

Around the world, the outbreak has now spread from mainland China to 47 other countries and territories, with 67 deaths elsewhere linked to the virus, in Iran, Italy, South Korea, Japan, France, Hong Kong, the Philippines and Taiwan.

Since the coronavirus outbreak erupted in January, scores of bankers and their families have fled mainland China and Hong Kong to offices elsewhere in Asia. Those who remained have been subject to severe restrictions

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Standard Chartered posts strong results but warns a key earnings target would take longer to meet as the coronavirus epidemic adds to headwinds in its main markets of China and Hong Kong by $STAN @sumeet_chat  @ReutersLawrence 

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@UCF  has cancelled study abroad programs to China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Mongolia due to coronavirus. FSU has halted travel to China and South Korea, and canceled classes this week at its study abroad center in Italy.

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How the Case of a Hong Kong Bookseller Has Soured China’s Ties With Sweden

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Standard Chartered posts strong results but warns a key earnings target would take longer to meet as the coronavirus epidemic adds to headwinds in its main markets of China and Hong Kong via $STAN @sumeet_chat  @ReutersLawrence 

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Hong Kong reports second Filipino domestic worker infected with #COVID19 . Globally, World Health Organization confirms number of new coronavirus cases have outpaced those from the mainland China. Here are the latest updates on #COVID19  you need to know:

Standard Chartered posts strong results but warns a key earnings target would take longer to meet as the coronavirus epidemic adds to headwinds in its main markets of China and Hong Kong by @sumeet_chat  @ReutersLawrence 

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We're disclosing coordinated account activity focused on the ongoing protest movement in Hong Kong. Our investigations have found that these accounts are linked to state-backed information operations from mainland China.

The U.S will continue to do its part to hold accountable those who violate basic human rights in #HongKong . China’s Communist Party leadership would do well to deescalate their actions against protesters and respect the self-governance of Hong Kong.

I know President Xi of China very well. He is a great leader who very much has the respect of his people. He is also a good man in a “tough business.” I have ZERO doubt that if President Xi wants to quickly and humanely solve the Hong Kong problem, he can do it. Personal meeting?

Had a very good talk with President Xi of China concerning our giant Trade Deal. China has already started large scale purchaes of agricultural product & more. Formal signing being arranged. Also talked about North Korea, where we are working with China, & Hong Kong (progress!).

What did @realDonaldTrump  promise China in exchange for interfering in our election? An easier deal on trade? Ignoring crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement? Condoning repression of religious freedom? #TruthExposed 

..deferral to December. It actually helps China more than us, but will be reciprocated. Millions of jobs are being lost in China to other non-Tariffed countries. Thousands of companies are leaving. Of course China wants to make a deal. Let them work humanely with Hong Kong first!

?The Senate unanimously passes the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. As the author of the United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992 who has advocated for Hong Kong for decades, I am proud to stand with the protestors and hold China accountable.

We are winning, big time, against China. Companies & jobs are fleeing. Prices to us have not gone up, and in some cases, have come down. China is not our problem, though Hong Kong is not helping. Our problem is with the Fed. Raised too much & too fast. Now too slow to cut....

CNN reporting that Trump told China he would keep quiet on Hong Kong protests until trade war was over. What a deal - the U.S. loses hundreds of thousands of jobs from Trump’s insane tariffs and ALSO we abandon the people of Hong Kong. Is this real?

The House passed the bipartisan Hong Kong Human Right and Democracy Act last month and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the bipartisan Senate version two months ago. Why won't Senator McConnell act to demonstrate U.S. values and help Hong Kong stand up to China?

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