Chairs sit stacked inside a closed cafe in Paris, France. Photo: Bloomberg Chairs sit stacked inside a closed cafe in Paris, France. Photo: Bloomberg
Chairs sit stacked inside a closed cafe in Paris, France. Photo: Bloomberg
David A. Gantz
Opinion

Opinion

The View by David A. Gantz and Bashar H. Malkawi

In a post-pandemic global economy, expect only the fittest to survive – and emerge stronger than ever

  • In a period of economic Darwinism, the pandemic will finish off weak businesses, leaving dominant firms, such as Amazon and Huawei, even stronger
  • More protectionist trade will favour the rich countries able to subsidise their industries, keeping poorer nations in recession for longer

Chairs sit stacked inside a closed cafe in Paris, France. Photo: Bloomberg Chairs sit stacked inside a closed cafe in Paris, France. Photo: Bloomberg
Chairs sit stacked inside a closed cafe in Paris, France. Photo: Bloomberg
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