ADADIt’s just the latest reminder that during this once-in-a-century health and economic emergency, world leaders have struggled to develop a common response.
ADWith signs that the global economic recovery is stalling, some influential voices are calling for intensified cross-border collaboration.
Already, prominent Democrats such as former treasury secretary Larry Summers have called for the president-elect to convene an early G-20 leaders summit.
The $11.5 trillion that G-20 nations have allocated — even more than during the 2008-09 crisis — is not part of a single road map.
Every month since April, the United States has incurred a larger trade deficit than in the same month in 2019.