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STUTTGART, Germany (Reuters) - The chief executive of Robert Bosch, the world's biggest auto components supplier, warned that coronavirus could impact its global supply chain, which is heavily dependent on China.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Laoly is saying that Indonesia cannot abruptly stop its visa-free policy for all Chinese nationals, citing concerns over diplomatic relations, despite mounting calls for the government to do so to keep the archipelago free of a deadly coronavirus that started in China.
TOKYO (Agencies): A plane carrying Japanese nationals evacuated from Wuhan, landed on Wednesday (Jan 29) at a Tokyo airport.
WARSAW (Reuters) - The door to a dialogue between Poland and the European Union on judicial reform is open and the EU hopes to find a long-term solution to tensions between Warsaw and Brussels, EU Values and Transparency Commissioner Vera Jourova said on Tuesday.
JIGJIGA, Ethiopia (Reuters) - Mustafa Muhumed Omer began demanding justice after his uncle disappeared and continued despite threats to his mother and sister, and the torture and death of his brother.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - A Chilean sexual abuse victim who took on the Catholic Church has announced plans to form a new political party, one of several that has emerged since protests rocked the country late last year.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Oman's energy minister Mohammed bin Hamad al-Rumhy told Reuters on Monday he fully supported Saudi Arabia's readiness to react to any impact the new coronavirus could have on the oil market.
KLANG: Malaysia has no plans just yet to bar the entry of Chinese tourists, including those from Wuhan, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
WUHAN: China on Sunday (Jan 26) expanded drastic travel restrictions to contain an epidemic that has killed 56 people and infected nearly 2,000, as the United States, France and Japan prepared to evacuate their citizens from a quarantined city at the outbreak's epicentre.
RIO DE JANEIRO/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has ruled out a so-called "sin tax" on beer, cigarettes and sugary food products, an idea floated earlier in the week by Economy Minister Paulo Guedes at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.