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12 trade tasks to prioritize in 2021

Food and medical shortages fears gripped societies during COVID-19 – rather than slide into protectionism, the case should be made for supply chain resilience. Image: Unsplash

Sean Doherty
Head, International Trade and Investment; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
Kimberley Botwright
Head, Sustainable Trade, World Economic Forum
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