Does Covid-19 mean the end of Globalization?
Posted 3 years ago and submitted by John W. Tomac | Share link:

The economy has mostly ceased to exist since we’ve gone into lockdown because of COVID-19. Fears about the spread of disease and nationalist leaders exploiting the crisis for political gain seem like they might signal the end of globalization. Those fears are overblown says The Wall Street Journal. The global economy is too interconnected to be dismantled because of a pandemic. When business returns, it will come roaring back, too.

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