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The future of the global economy: Local-global or global-local?

The emergence of COVID-19 has served a major blow to industrial and economic infrastructure worldwide. While the spread of the disease did not happen suddenly and in a uniform way across countries, it started to have an immediate impact in almost every industry sector. The lack of supply flowing out of China crippled the value ...

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