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October 2020

Kwitonda Aaron
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WHAT DO WE EXPECT AFTER CORONA As you have already seen, inflation and currency devaluation has already started, so this is a very small signal of what is going to happen soon. It's just the economic crises that will even bring us into a condition where our leaders will be forced to take econo mic measures that are even energetic. Measures that the people will not like. There will be a persistent imbalance between the supply and demand of civilian consumer products that will push up prices and reinforce the internal and external budget deficits of developing countries in particular. Unemployment will hit hard in a part of the world that I can call the poor world (the developing part of the world). For the developed countries of course there will only be a small economic Schutte to a large one, depending on how long this situation lasts. But also their economies will not continue as usual, because they will lose some ground. This means that the industries and big companies in the developed countries will not be able to support a large number of people, because this can also lead to intensive overproduction. I seem to have forgotten something that you also think that people can be aware of what can happen to us if this situation doesn't become fixed as soon as possible. just if we continue like this everything consumes without producing. leave me a comment.

October 2020

Mukantwari Adeline
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TOMORROW COMES ONCE! Dear brothers and sisters, I wanted to remind you what the global economy can look like after this pandemic and if it doesn't stop as soon as possible. I did not do this to make you forget that we are all in the middle of thinking about our lives, but also to make you thi nk about what can happen and to take some measures. There are a lot of questions you may be asking yourself. The negative effects of this pandemic (COVID-19) on the world economy will be disastrous. There will be a problem with international logistics, especially business networks that will be slightly disrupted, such as the transportation of raw materials and finished products. There will also be irregular supply to industries. I imagine that we will face a drop in purchasing power in all countries if this pandemic does not stop as soon as possible. Of course the needs of all kinds will never stop increasing as usual. Even in countries that I can call powerful countries or rich countries, people will soon lose their rational lives.