WTO director general calls for a global solution to deal with the decline in trade

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 WTO director general calls for a global solution to deal with the decline in trade


On March 25 local time, the director general of the world trade organization, Alessandro Azevedo, called on countries to adopt global solutions to the sharp decline in Global trade caused by the epidemic through a video recorded at home. In novel coronavirus pneumonia, he said, cross border trade and investment will play an important role in the face of the global challenges posed by the new crown pneumonia epidemic and will be crucial to promoting economic recovery after the outbreak.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});}) (); Azevedo said: no country can be self-sufficient, no matter how powerful or advanced. Trade can effectively achieve the production and supply of basic goods and services, medical supplies and equipment, and food and energy. Keeping trade and investment unblocked is the key to ensure sufficient supply and reasonable price. WTO economists are analyzing novel coronavirus pneumonia consequences and will publish their findings and trade forecasts for 2020 and 2021. Although weeks before the reports release, Mr Azevedo said economists expect a sharp decline in trade.. He also pointed out that when the health crisis began to subside, trade would help countries grow together and bring faster and stronger economic recovery for all. WTO will also do its part. Novel coronavirus pneumonia diagnosed in more than 460 thousand and 5 countries has been diagnosed and broken up by 30 thousand countries, high specification to meet Chinas material: the premier sent a pro to foreign media: Spain Vice Prime Minister Zhao Lixian new crown virus detection positive. Source: CCTV news client editor: _NAG3173

No country can be self-sufficient, no matter how strong or advanced it is. Trade can effectively achieve the production and supply of basic goods and services, medical supplies and equipment, and food and energy. Keeping trade and investment unblocked is the key to ensure sufficient supply and reasonable price.

WTO economists are analyzing novel coronavirus pneumonia consequences and will publish their findings and trade forecasts for 2020 and 2021. Although weeks before the reports release, Mr Azevedo said economists expect a sharp decline in trade..

He also pointed out that when the health crisis began to subside, trade would help countries grow together and bring faster and stronger economic recovery for all. WTO will also do its part.