Should trade continue to be global after the pandemic?

COVID-19 has disrupted global supply chains. Image: REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

Simon Cooper
Chief Executive Officer, Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking, and Europe and Americas, Standard Chartered Bank
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