The OECD says economic recovery is underway, but the road ahead remains uncertain. Policymakers must reallocate funds to high-demand industries,
Europeans have been saving at a record pace amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some willingly while many others do so out of fear. The savings spree may be robbing the economy of the shot in the arm it desperately needs.
According to a new OECD report, the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected migrants. Migration itself has decreased significantly, with adverse effects on both countries of origin and destination.
Australia's second-largest city has lifted most of its restrictions on the same day as several European states reintroduced stricter regimes. Meanwhile, the known global caseload has hit 40 million. Follow DW for more.
Germany's chancellor has said that migrants are being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, as jobs are cut and language classes cancelled. Her comments echo the findings of an OECD report that was released on Monday.
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