All countries need vaccines but not all can produce them. Vaccine production is highly specialised, subject to comparative advantages, and concentrated in few countries, making trade a vital means to deploying vaccines broadly.
Where do your things come from? Better understand how global trade works today, and how it’s different from the past.
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Trade remains a driver of economic prosperity, and has lifted millions out of poverty over the years. Here’s how.
Trade and market openness go hand-in-hand with better economic performance, but there are concerns the current trading system is not working as it should.
Only a more modern, comprehensive and coherent package of trade, domestic and international policies can help trade contribute to better lives for more people.
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