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Coronavirus, Trade, and Peace

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After years of rising protectionism, the COVID-19 crisis has thrown yet another wrench into the wheels of global commerce. In this episode of CoronaNomics, former World Trade Organization Director-General Pascal Lamy speaks with The Independent’s Ben Chu and The Telegraph’s Lizzy Burden about the present and future of international trade.

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After years of rising protectionism, the COVID-19 crisis has thrown yet another wrench into the wheels of global commerce. In this episode of CoronaNomics, former World...

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