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Coronavirus: The Asian Development Bank boosts aid for trade

The ADB has tripled the size of its Covid-19 fund to $20 billion in an effort to inject new life into regional trade networks.

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Kenji Yuhaku, senior strategy, policy and partnerships adviser at the Asian Development Bank


First in, first out? When China posted a sharp fall in new cases of Covid-19 in early April, followed by South Korea, some people began to hope. Was there light at the end of the tunnel?

And if the economies of China and Asia find a way to bounce back fast, could they offer lessons to the rest of the world about the likely state of economic and financial life after lockdown?

Alas, hope can be dangerous.


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