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6 Aug 2020
The economic damage caused by the virus pandemic is expected to tip thousands of companies across the world into insolvency this year. As governments dig deep to stem the looming tide, their policies differ widely.
25 Jul 2020
As the global economy faces an unprecedented recession, there are warnings that women are bearing the brunt of economic damage. The International Monetary Fund says that three decades of progress towards gender equality is at risk of being wiped out. Women are less likely to be able to work from home, and more likely to be fired during the pandemic. Data indicate they're also picking up more household and family care duties.
3 May 2020
The economic damage already done to Africa has been phenomenal and will set back all the leaps in development the continent has seen over the decades. Past the immediate threat of Covid 19 we speak to the OECD's Mario Pezzini about what needs to happen to salvage developmental progress.

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