Covid-19 is now a rapidly evolving global pandemic that has forced countries around the world to order lockdowns and travel restrictions in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus that causes the disease. The measures and anticipated steep falls in production have created major uncertainty for the global economy. But what does this mean for normal people on one hand, and those directly involved with finance and business on the other? John Carter, senior editor on the South China Morning Post’s Political Economy Desk sheds some light on the situation.
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