• Ebola threatens west African economies


    MONROVIA: In the deserted shops and marketplaces of west Africa’s towns and cities, traders worry about a secondary, insidious effect of the world’s most deadly Ebola outbreak: the prospect of financial ruin. The tropical virus has claimed almost 900 lives since it emerged in the forests of southern Guinea at the start of the year, but it is also killing off business and threatening manufacturing.



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