Japanese economy slumps as coronavirus fears persist

By | February 17, 2020

Japanese economy slumps as coronavirus fears persist
Japanese economy slumps as coronavirus fears persist
Tonight’S take a look at the day’s business news. I’M going to start this one with the struggles in the Japanese economy to tell us more or joined a by cosigner quarter. Now that that that rate is worse than expected. Also, the word contraction since the middle of 2014 coming at an especially inopportune time as I’m certain he continues over the coronavirus, their fears. Japan could be on the brink of the recession. It’S two quarters in a row: negative growth, Catherine Viet, has more and why Japan’s economy is pumped and what lies.

I have fears of a recession or growing in Japan after the government announced its economy shrank at the fastest Pace. In 5 years, the country’s GDP fell by an annualized rate of 6.3 %. During the final quarter of 2019, a number of factors played a role, including a hike in the sales tax from 8 to 10 % in October, hurt consumer spending, as well as damage from typhoon, had to miss in the same month, and then there’s us trade tensions. Dragging on exports in December, the government approved 120 billion dollars, stimulus, cushioning the impact of the sales tax hike, but Ripple effects from the coronavirus or hitting Japan hard.

China is its largest trading partner and also its biggest source of tourists, but now they’re, not traveling supply chain disruptions to have Forest Japanese companies to either adjust your whole production, which will likely impact the country’s exports. In response, the government says it’s ready to take all necessary steps to deal with the brake and announced its earmark 239 million dollars to fight the economic impact of the virus, including measures to enhance airport checkpoints and better testing capabilities.

What kind of cord isn’t the only country where coronavirus peers or Weighing on the economy? On Monday, Singapore revised its growth forecasts downward for 2020, the deadly illness affect tourism in trade. New Growth forecast is within a range of less than half a percent to 2.5 % percent previous forecast. The city-state is a major commercial partner with China and has been hit especially hard by the virus. Take a look at the day’s trading action during the European markets to kick off the week, the ftse over in London up around a quarter of a percent teens, also on the docks over in Frankfurt by the investors.

Looking closely at shares of Austin Mattox continue over potential acquisition of bumper J’s real real division now mixed bag on the major Asian indices to kick off the week than UK down at 7:10, then after that disappointing GDP data losses, someone pushing up my faith in the Potential government response shares up in Shanghai over 2 % that are stimulus measures workouts over the weekend to combat the Coronavirus just around the following, except it’s the end of an era for General Motors in Australia, scrapping sales of its iconic holding brand first mass-produced vehicle in Australia, part of a wine down in the country and a New Zealand and one expected open some 600 layoffs, your side, GM justify the move earlier.

This was not a decision with took likely. It was an agonizing decision, it’s by silly Feist on GM’s Global investment priorities, and the business is up with a brand is Iconic as holding play. This decision could only be taken after extensive deliberation and after exhausting numerous options for continued operations and, finally, scrapping with some bad news in German court has ordered Tesla to temporarily halt production of its first electric car factory near a company had already begun clearing Forest on The job site and move challenge by Environmental Group that sent a risky drinking water among other issues, Revenue ruling it’ll, have to wait for a final Court decision, for I can keep cutting down trees to complete the highly-anticipated plant by the middle of next year.

Eve.
Japan’s economy slid at an annualised rate of 6.3 percent last quarter, the steepest decline since 2014. We take a look at the reasons behind the slump. Also, General Motors scraps an iconic brand in Australia and Tesla’s highly-anticipated German gigafactory hits another roadblock.

Subscribe to France 24 now:
http://f24.my/youtubeEN

FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7
http://f24.my/YTliveEN

Visit our website:
http://www.france24.com

Subscribe to our YouTube channel:
http://f24.my/youtubeEN

Like us on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English

Follow us on Twitter:

Category: Uncategorized Tags:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *