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Updated Tally of Export Curbs on Medical Supplies, Equipment, and Medicines.

Professor Simon J. Evenett | Swiss Institute of International Economics and Department of Economics, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. | 04/01/2020

Updated tally of export curbs on medical supplies, medical equipment, and medicines, with two charts summarsing the findings: If you have questions or need additional information, Simon and his colleagues…

Extraordinary G20 Leaders’ Summit: Statement on COVID-19

G20 Leaders' Summit | 03/26/2020

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic is a powerful reminder of our inte...

How Can Trade Rules Support Environmental Action?

Ghislaine Weder, Janet Whittaker, Penelope Naas, and Sarah Thorn | World Economic Forum | 03/26/2020

Trade must ...

Tackling COVID-19 Together – The Trade Policy Dimension

Professor Simon J. Evenett | Swiss Institute of International Economics and Department of Economics, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. | 03/23/2020

Tackling Coronavirus – The Trade Policy Dimension

Simon J. Evenett | Global Trade Alert | 03/11/2020

Not every nation produces the medical supplies needed t...

National Retail Federation: Monthly Economic Review

Jack Kleinhenz | National Retail Federation | 03/04/2020

As the U.S. economy continues mid-way through its his...

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