china 2003 SARS

The week that was: some are taking back control, others are stranded in Iowa by 1.1%, but spill-over from coronavuris would be bigger

2003 SARS Cut China’s GDP By 1.1%, But Spill-Over From Coronavuris Would Be Bigger

Most economists were probably expecting a fairly easy ride at the beginning of 2020. However, unforeseen exogenous events such as the outbreak of China coronavirus are standing in the way, generating a high level of uncertainty. In the opinion of Gilles Moëc , Chief Economist at AXA IM, that now ” economic policy could be on autopilot is not very consensual”.