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Coronavirus causes slump in Chinese travel: study

Reuters Thursday, 30 January 2020
The coronavirus outbreak in China caused a slump in outbound travel from China around its New Year period, data from travel analytic firm ForwardKeys showed on Thursday, a setback from what would otherwise have been a record year.
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