Wasi Ahmed

The onus is more on trade to energise economies

Many economists, also outside the WTO, warn that the notion that less interdependence makes economies more resilient is wrong: autarky in food and other essentials would make countries more, not less, vulnerable to the economic consequences of localised crises such as droughts, hurricanes and earthquakes. Supply chain diversification, a more reasonable objective, would be better …

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Deported ex-pat workers take the brunt: Bangladesh scenario

What is alarming for the returnees is the utter lack of assurance whether they, even after a long time lag, can get back to work in those countries — in post-Corona times. While rehabilitating the economies would be the prime concern of the host countries — that too, with cautious spending, jobseekers from Bangladesh might …

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