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Business around the world that have grown increasingly reliant on big-spending tourists from China are taking a heavy hit, with tens of millions of Chinese residents restricted from leaving their country as the coronavirus spreads. Hotels, airlines, casinos and cruise operators were among the industries suffering the most immediate repercussions, especially with the outbreak occurring during the Lunar New Year, one of the biggest travel season in Asia. What happens in China means a lot more to the world economy than it did when the SARS outbreak struck nearly two decades ago.
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A homemade bomb exploded at a hospital in Hong Kong, where protesters also set fire to a housing block that had been earmarked as a quarantine facility.
A recent respite for Australian firefighters that brought rains and cooler weather is set to end, meteorologists warned on Monday, with hot conditions forecast for later this week raising a risk that blazes may start spreading again. More than a week of solid rain in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, the three states most affected by the fires, has more than halved the number of blazes, but above average temperatures were set to return by the weekend. "Unfortunately, the reprieve may be short-lived with a blast of heat likely late this week in some areas," the New South Wales Bureau of Meteorology said on Twitter.
The cars are currently sitting in a secret Warehouse in Japan. With R32 and R33 Skylines now legal to import into the United States, and the mighty R34 not too far off, Americans are looking for deals on these cars. There’s a secret location in rural Japan where a company called Trust Kikaku has been stashing Skylines, and they’re going for prices you won’t believe.This was all documented by a YouTube user called SAMMIT, a British car enthusiast living in Japan. It starts in a parking lot with more Nissan Skylines than you’ve likely seen in the same spot, and that’s just the beginning. They drive to another, secret location where some Skyline husks sit outside, then enter a building which will take you breath away.Sitting under clear plastic tarps are absolutely gorgeous Nissan R32, R33, and R34 Skylines. There’s the range of models, including non-turbo sedans, some GTT turbo coupes, and just about every color you could imagine. Quite a few of these cars are available for under $10,000, with some as cheap as $2,000.While most of these Skylines aren’t the top-shelf V-Spec models which can easily punch into six-digit asking prices, they’re still impressive. One turbo R34 SAMMIT asks about is supposedly going for about $9,000.It might seem like a dumb idea to buy an R34 Skyline when you can’t legally import it into the United States, but Trust Kikaku has thought of that. Starting at $50 a month, the company offers storage services, so you can buy the car and keep it in Japan until it’s legal to bring into the US.If you already have a Nissan Skyline, the company is also selling all kinds of new stock parts. Basically, this is a Skyline buff’s dream come true.While the rest of the world has been enjoying Skylines for quite some time, we here are just getting a real taste for these cars. They’re a great thing to combat the rise in boring new cars, especially those lifted wagons people try to pass off as SUVs.H/T: The Drive Read More * Take On Adventure In A 1980 Nissan Patrol Long * Drive Some Japanese Goodness With This 1972 Datsun 240Z
The airline engaged in discriminatory conduct against the Muslim travelers in 2016, the Transportation Department said.