People wait to receive Covid-19 vaccines during a mass vaccination drive in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 16. Photo: Xinhua People wait to receive Covid-19 vaccines during a mass vaccination drive in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 16. Photo: Xinhua
People wait to receive Covid-19 vaccines during a mass vaccination drive in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 16. Photo: Xinhua
David Liao
Opinion

Opinion

David Liao and Surendra Rosha

Why a sustainable global recovery can’t afford to leave any country behind

  • Without cooperation on access to vaccinations, economic policies and – most importantly for ensuring long-term growth – climate change, any recovery will be short lived

People wait to receive Covid-19 vaccines during a mass vaccination drive in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 16. Photo: Xinhua People wait to receive Covid-19 vaccines during a mass vaccination drive in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 16. Photo: Xinhua
People wait to receive Covid-19 vaccines during a mass vaccination drive in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 16. Photo: Xinhua
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David Liao

David Liao

David Liao is co-chief executive, Asia-Pacific, at HSBC.

Surendra Rosha

Surendra Rosha

Surendra Rosha is co-chief executive, Asia-Pacific, at HSBC.