The crisis has served to both highlight the importance of trade as part of our daily lives in a globalized world but also reveal the extent of the current system’s vulnerability to systemic shocks.
In this context the panel will discuss the immediate impact of COVID-19 on global trade and the broader implications for both the current system of international trade and the globalized world in which it exists.
In what different ways has COVID-19 disrupted the current system of global trade?
What could the effects be beyond the immediate crisis?
And what can global trade tell us about broader global trends in a COVID-affected world?
As with all member events, questions from the audience drive the conversation.