In late February, William Boston and Tom Fairless published the attached article in the Wall Street Journal. The article focuses on the economic implications of the spread of the coronavirus on the German economy. Since then, markets have dropped, borders have closed, and factories have suspended production. Just days ago, Volkswagen, the world’s biggest car maker by sales, announced it will temporarily shut down most of its European and German plants in the face of the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Join us on Tuesday, March 24, at 10 am ET for a Hot Topics Call with William Boston, Senior Reporter for the Wall Street Journal. He will provide an update on the economic implications of the coronavirus.
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