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What the post-pandemic economy will look like

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lowest-cost producer of every li
2020/04/23 21:11
not for massive government bailouts, the system would have collapsed
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and more sensitive to the fact that economic globalisation has far outpaced political globalisati
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however, is that this organic and self-interested shift away from globalisation by people and firms will be compounded by some policymakers who exploit fears over open borders.
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protectionist restrictions
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under the guise of self-sufficiency and restrict the movement of people under the pretext of public health.
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World War I and the global economic depression in the early 1930s ushered in the demise of a previous era of globalisatio
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European debt crisis, Brexit, and the US-China trade war
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The post-coronavirus financial architecture may not take us all the way back to the pre-globalisation era of Bretton Woods, but the damage to international trade and finance is likely to be extensive and lasting.
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secular stagnation
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gap between rich countries (along with a few emerging markets) and the rest of the world
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the world will continue to be over-reliant on the US dollar for financing and trade.
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ongoing dissatisfaction
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economic nationalism will increasingly lead governments to shut off their own economies from the rest of the world
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entral banks. The European Central Bank has declared
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extraordinary measures
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In sectors like retail, already under fierce pressure from online competition, the temporary lockdown may prove to be terminal.
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fiscal effort since World War II
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first round may not be enough.
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The American population has lost faith in globalisation and international trade
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historical reasons.
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1842 to 1949
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cut it off from the world.
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the past few decades of economic resurgence were a result of global engagement
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They believe they can compete anywhere.
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If its primary goal is to maintain global primacy, it will have to engage in a zero-sum geopolitical contest, politically and economically, with China.
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cooperation would be the better choice.
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toxic US political environment toward China
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