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February 10 · Issue #182 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Monday morning edition of Asia AI News.
The shadow of the coronavirus seems to be getting bigger, as the crisis begins to have a serious effect on business outside China. On Friday, Singapore upgraded its disease alert to ‘Orange’, the second-highest level on its four-point system.
Media reported that more than 70 exhibitors including US aerospace giant Lockheed Martin have pulled out of the Singapore Airshow over concerns about the coronavirus. Meanwhile, the organisers have decided to reduce the number of public tickets sold for the event for health and safety reasons.
It’s starting to look like the coronavirus crisis will get worse before it gets better.
Have a good week!
/Carrington

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