Global landmarks like Times Square in New York have been emptied by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Xinhua Global landmarks like Times Square in New York have been emptied by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Xinhua
Global landmarks like Times Square in New York have been emptied by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Xinhua
Jack Gao
Opinion

Opinion

Jack Gao

Coronavirus is not an excuse to bury globalisation, but a chance to make it better

  • The coronavirus pandemic has exposed problems with globalisation, but it should not be an excuse to bury globalisation, says economist Jack Gao
  • The outbreak should serve as an awakening to a world economy that has put priority on economic integration over public health, environment and climate concerns

Global landmarks like Times Square in New York have been emptied by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Xinhua Global landmarks like Times Square in New York have been emptied by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Xinhua
Global landmarks like Times Square in New York have been emptied by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Xinhua
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