By Edwin Chan SHANGHAI, April 24 (Reuters) - Foreign investors, a crucial element behind China's enviable economic growth, are becoming increasingly nervous as the alarm bells ring out over the deadly flu-like SARS virus which threatens to erupt across the country. Economists are scrambling to revise forecasts for the world's sixth largest economy and worry about potential fallout if foreign firms -- which contribute about half of exports and almost a third of economic activity -- ...
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