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How will the world be changed by the war against coronavirus?

What will post-coronavirus economies and societies look like?

4 April 2020

9:00 AM

4 April 2020

9:00 AM

The world as we have known it for the past 40 years has come to a stop. We have a supply chain crisis, a demand crisis, a labour market crisis and an oil price crisis. The second crash that people were long predicting has arrived — but against the backdrop of the Covid-19 threat, it seems like a second-order story.

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