Ebola Crisis Should Have Modest Economic Impact on US

posted by Michael Lewis on October 15, 2014

Found in US, categorized in Politics

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If the Center for Disease Control is correct that Ebola is not airborne, then the crisis should be quite limited. The ‘hot zones’ in Africa will be contained and burn out, and there will be only isolated cases in the US and elsewhere.


FMI’s commentary on the likely economic effects of the Ebola crisis.

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