Month: March 2020

The strongest survive. What about the weakest?

Latest preliminary data from The Economist EIU brings very disturbing news: severe global recession is under way, while further uncertainty due to unpredictable development of the pandemic and its ultimate toll on the people, communities, business, states and international frameworks could make this forecast redundant in a few months. The world may be entering the […]

UK’s reaction to COVID-19 seems to be that of “ostrich’s-head-in-the-sand”

UK’s wait-and-see position on the inevitable explosion of COVID-19 in the country seems to be motivated more by the fears of inciting panic through more resolute preventive actions as well as by visible considerations to minimise potential losses to the business than by the need to effectively do something to slow down the pace of […]