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The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting massive production disruptions in Southeast Asia will lead to greater diversification and a major reshaping of global supply chains, according to experts.
Economists expect consumer prices in Europe's largest economy to continue to rise in the coming months, with some projecting inflation rates could reach 5%.
Emerging markets like the BRICS countries have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. How quickly they recover depends not only on vaccination rates, but also on the US Federal Reserve.
Germany's foreign policy is explicitly values-based. But what happens when democracy, the rule of law and human rights collide with the logic of trade and business?
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