Tokyo metropolitan government staff urge people to stay home after the government imposed a state of emergency for the Japanese capital and some prefectures following the Covid-19. Photo: Reuters Tokyo metropolitan government staff urge people to stay home after the government imposed a state of emergency for the Japanese capital and some prefectures following the Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
Tokyo metropolitan government staff urge people to stay home after the government imposed a state of emergency for the Japanese capital and some prefectures following the Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
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Hong Kong follows most Asia-Pacific markets lower as IMF warns ‘Great Lockdown’ is the worst downturn since Great Depression

  • The Hang Seng Index sheds 1.2 per cent to 24,145.34, with oil stocks weighing on the benchmark
  • The IMF expects China’s first-quarter economic growth to slow to 1.2 per cent

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Tokyo metropolitan government staff urge people to stay home after the government imposed a state of emergency for the Japanese capital and some prefectures following the Covid-19. Photo: Reuters Tokyo metropolitan government staff urge people to stay home after the government imposed a state of emergency for the Japanese capital and some prefectures following the Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
Tokyo metropolitan government staff urge people to stay home after the government imposed a state of emergency for the Japanese capital and some prefectures following the Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
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