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Real estate investors in Asia Pacific are steeling themselves for impacts stemming from the coronavirus, the threat of which would add to existing economic headwinds in the region.
Adding to the strain
The Chinese government understands the central role it plays to keep the global economy stable and has moved swiftly and decisively to manage the fall-out, avoiding a sharp correction
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Retail and hospitality vulnerable
Retail in China, Hong Kong and Singapore
Major brands including Nike, Apple and Starbucks
Chinese tourists are among the biggest groups of visitors
Major airlines such as Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines and Air Asia
Retail in China, Hong Kong and Singapore is also expected to feel the impact as consumers avoid crowded places such as shopping malls, while major brands including Nike, Apple and Starbucks are closing outlets across mainland China to prevent the spread of the virus among employees and customers, according to JLL.