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COVID-19 lockdown

16 Jul 2020
Challenging the COVID-19 lockdown, thousands of people convened by Bolivian unions march through La Paz to protest the health, education and labour policies of interim right-wing President Jeanine Anez.
10 Jun 2020
Many businesses in Africa have discovered new ways to bring goods and services to their clients during the COVID-19 lockdown. Both big and small entrepreneurs stand to benefit from online trade after the pandemic.
8 May 2020
A Zimbabwean woman leads a team of volunteers to feed her community during the COVID-19 lockdown as the majority of bread winners earn their living in the informal sector.
4 May 2020
The share price of the US electric-car maker nosedived by around 10% at the end of the trading day after Tesla's CEO tweeted that the company's price was "too high." Elon Musk is also critical of the COVID-19 lockdown.
12 Apr 2020
A business promotion platform wants Germans to pitch their ideas and plans developed amid the current COVID-19 lockdown. DW spoke with Ute E. Weiland, who heads the Beyond Crisis internet platform.

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