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Why COVID-19 shows the future not the end of globalization

During the COVID-19 pandemic, societies have managed to maintain normal life because goods have been delivered to our doorstep Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

John Pearson

Chief Executive Officer, DHL Express, Deutsche Post DHL

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