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Carl Johan von Seth: Too late, that the abolition of the globalization, now the

in the land of the common blue. It was written on the package, with millions and millions of face masks to Japan earlier in the year and sent to the Wuhan city.

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Carl Johan von Seth: Too late, that the abolition of the globalization, now the

in the land of the common blue. It was written on the package, with millions and millions of face masks to Japan earlier in the year and sent to the Wuhan city. At the very least, for a moment, the two countries bury the hatchet. Also, the republic of Korea and the EUROPEAN union at an early stage of development. China, in turn, reached out to lend a helping hand to Italy.

This is the solskenshistorier in the coronaeländet. Otherwise, there is a dark cloud of smoke.

the Momentum is strong: the Hoard. To isolate the. To stop the trade.

in 48 different countries around the world, including the EUROPEAN union, preventing its export of various products. Last Wednesday was the Swedish national Board of health away masks made from the Germany, which in the past had stopped shipments to all other countries. Also, if a minimum level of community policing within the union are to be re-established, the trend towards protectionism and short-sighted national self-interest. The White house is behind the urge is so strong, that you are trying to buy a monopoly on the future of the vaccine.

The pandemic, the global economy feels like a house of cards. A dazzling construction, though. However, without the shells. An out of breath the bat in a street market in downtown China, it seems to have caused this börsraset of the story. And, apparently, it is enough that the factories in the north of Italy, is closed for the whole of Europe is directed to vehicle producers to shake. Who can rely on such a system, when the subject-matter of life and death.

Coronatraumat may very well enhance the economic trends that existed in the past, against the regionalisation, rather than globalisation. Donald Trump's advisor, I hope so. Sure, there are other lessons to be learned. However, it is still too early to say what will be the outcome in the long run.

however, What is clear is that this is not the time to eliminate the globalisation of now. If the EUROPEAN union refuses to supply the equipment, to Switzerland, to what is it that is said to be the country's pharmaceutical industry continue to send you the test kits that are essential in order to control the infection on it? The experience gained by the export of past crises suggests that they exacerbate the shortages. These measures will result in an arms race.

this does not resolve the crisis. In a small, open country like Sweden, we will never see the light of the tunnel, if there are no other countries to do the same.

We have the economy we have is built on a global network, personal contacts, and meetings across the borders, the supply of the long chain that winds its way around the face of the earth. The big threat is, of course, the virus by itself. However, the political, the trend towards isolation is a concern.

It is hard to find a solution, and the economic recovery after the viruskrisen which are not of the world. When the world is coming out on the other side of the can, of course, those who would like to try and get their own wings of their own country.

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