Trends in International Trade in the Covid-19 Period

In our series of posts which look at the predictions and trends being formulated in the current era of Covid-19 we look at the international picture. Below you’ll find links and summaries of a selection of articles on this subject which examine transportational challenges and increased import regulations amongst other factors.

Global Health and Crisis Response by McKinsey and Company

This in depth report looks at the five forces shaping the next normal – metamorphosis of demand, altered workforce, changes in resiliency expectations, regulatory uncertainty and evolution of the virus. It looks at the current world picture and assesses emerging trends.
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China’s COVID-19 food focus: Prevention strategy shifts focus to tightened import regulations

chinaChina’s COVID-19 focus has taken a clear food-related shift with a decided focus on stepping up food import regulations, despite this putting it at odds with foreign food firms and governments arguing against the probability of food-related virus spread.
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Post-COVID-19 New Zealand trade: Tough times ahead for seafood and dairy, say officials

New Zealand food exports of traditionally strong-performing products such as seafood and dairy are expected to take hits in the coming months in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak due to transportation challenges and weakened demand from key markets.
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