The covid-19 pandemic has brought about financial chaos and uncertainty. Zanny Minton Beddoes, our editor-in-chief, and Edward Carr, our deputy editor, reply your questions in regards to the international economic system
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00:25 – Will the financial shock attributable to imposing lockdowns show extra pricey than the pandemic itself?
01:52 – How may an financial recession shift the worldwide stability of energy?
02:34 – Will this be an opportunity for China to grow to be the worldwide monetary hub?
04:53 – Which international locations are most susceptible to the consequences of covid-19 and why?
06:22 – What is going to the affect on the roles market be for these graduating in 2020?
08:43 – Has the pandemic made globalisation seem like a legal responsibility?