The globalized world remains extremely vulnerable to infectious diseases as they can be spread quickly through the global transport network. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major disruptions across the globe, forcing countries to shut down their borders, halting production, and thus people's daily lives have been severely affected.
With the global economy in free fall, what kinds of international cooperation and coordination are needed to combat the pandemic and lessen the economic pain? What are the long-term implications for the global economy and trade as countries rethink their supply chain strategies? What lessons can western countries learn from China's response to the outbreak?
AmCham is pleased to have Matthew Goodman, Senior Vice President; Simon Chair in Political Economy and Senior Adviser for Asian Economics at CSIS, to share his insights on the global impacts of COVID-19.
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