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Coronavirus is not an excuse to bury globalisation, but a chance to make it better

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The global coronavirus pandemic is turning into the most severe challenge for humanity since World War II, as the Covid-19 disease has infected more than a half million people across the world, closed national borders and frozen many economic activities.Many are saying that the world will never be the same again. But it would be unwise to use the crisis as a reason to bury globalisation once and for all. The outbreak has exposed problems with globalisation, but we do not have to throw the baby…

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The global coronavirus pandemic is turning into the most severe challenge for humanity since World War II, as the Covid-19 disease has infected more than a half million people across the world, closed national borders and frozen many economic activities.Many are saying that the world will never be the same again. But it would be unwise to use the crisis as a reason to bury globalisation once and for all. The outbreak has exposed problems with globalisation, but we do not have to throw the baby…
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