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Several asian nations will experience significant economic damage from the coronavirus, according to forecasts by Standard & Poor's.
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Indian state companies will cancel contracts with China after a deadly border clash, while a retired major tells consumers to throw out their Chinese goods.
The rupee has weakened after 20 Indian soldiers and an unknown number of Chinese troops died in combat at a contested snow-desert gorge.
A styrene leak allegedly killed a dozen people near a major port in India, yet the shares of the chemical plant's owner barely budged in response.
Hong Kong and South Korea are notable success stories. But India's travails appear to be only beginning, a path other underdeveloped nations may follow.
India's drugmakers aim to manufacture generic versions of any coronavirus 'cure', even before the full findings as to how effective they are.
With Tokyo's coronavirus case count accelerating, investors are bracing themselves in case the still-bustling capital goes into lockdown.
There are country-specific reasons why Australia, India and Thailand are leading Asia's plunge, but the whole region is in recession, S&P correctly says.