This article provides a timeline of responses implemented at regional levels to counter the impact of the coronavirus on African economies.
This article analyses the impact of the coronavirus on transport and logistics , while analysing the supply chain disruptions and the economic impact on exports.
India’s economy will experience a drop in economic growth and suffer a disrupted supply chain, therefore affecting import and export markets.
Africa started the year with a projected 3.9% growth for 2020. It is now under threat of its first recession in 25 years as a result of the coronavirus.
This article discusses how island economies are faring in the COVID-19 crisis and provide an analysis of the financial impact on their economies.
A webinar on Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its distorting economic impacts on global trade and supply chains and a competitive analysis on Ecuador’s main exported products.
A webinar on COVID-19 and its distorting economic impacts on global trade and supply chains and a competitive analysis on Ecuador’s main exported products.
Brexit started on March 29, 2017. Due to the strong economic, social, and legislative interconnection of the United Kingdom (UK) with the European Union (EU), Brexit opens a “Pandora’s Box”, as no Member State has ever decided to exit the EU. However, a series of effects have been already assumed. Specifically, and in addition to the future EU-UK relationship, Brexit might also modify the existing landscape of trade agreements between the UK and EU’s existing trading partners. Following this same logic, Brexit will also mean that the rest of the world will no longer have preferential market access to the fifth largest market for imports in the world.