International Trade Policy During COVID-19
Fernando Leibovici () and
Ana Maria Santacreu
Economic Synopses, 2020, issue 35
Recent trade policy implemented to avoid shortages of essential medical equipment amid COVID-19 has been related to the country’s trade imbalances in these goods.
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