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Germany Claims £130Billion Virus Damages From China As Beijing Boils

A bombshell op-ed this week in Germany's largest tabloid newspaper, Bild, joined this outrage by drawing up an itemised invoice for €149bn (£130b).

Germany has joined the UK, France and the U.S. in dragging China over misconducts that led to the escalation of the coronavirus which has claimed over 150, 000 lives globally and issued a £130bn invoice for China to pay for damages.

Angela Merkel’s Germany has stirred outrage in China after a major newspaper compiled together a £130bn invoice that China needs to pay Germany which is the negative impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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France, the UK and the U.S. had previously hipped their coronavirus anger on China, where the virus started. The angered leaders pointed out that China covered up the true scale of the coronavirus as the source of the outbreak is yet unknown.

Trump has in several occasions accused China of not being transparent with the coronavirus issues. As the impression that China is now free from the pandemic, Wuhan, the epicentre of the virus has in a few days ago revised its number of fatalities by with a sudden 50% jump in the figure.

Rumour making the rounds claim that the virus originated from a Wuhan virus lab instead of the initial wet market claim prompting the UK collaborating with the US intelligence officials in investigating the claims.

A bombshell op-ed this week in Germany’s largest tabloid newspaper, Bild, joined this outrage by drawing up an itemised invoice for €149bn (£130b).

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The list includes a €27 billion charge for lost tourism revenue, up to €7.2 billion for the German film industry, a million euros an hour for German airline Lufthansa and €50 billion for German small businesses.

According to the Bild’s report, this amounts to €1,784 (£1,550) per person if Germany’s GDP falls by 4.2 per cent, under the title “What China owes us.” In reaction to the claim, China said the invoice “stirs up xenophobia and nationalism”.

Alice Campbell for SurgeZirc UK
Alice Campbell for SurgeZirc UK
Alice Campbell is a highly skilled and experienced royal writer, currently working with SurgeZirc UK. With a passion for journalism and a keen interest in the royal family, Alice has established herself as a prominent figure in the field.
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