Thursday
December 10
2020

Analysis: Europe’s Second COVID-19 Lockdown Could Hurt African Economies

By Ishioma Emi

A second wave of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is forcing some European and Asian countries to implement lockdowns that could hurt the global market and many sub-Saharan African economies. In places like California, Germany and South Korea a renewed lockdown which could last till early January is being put in place, a recent report shows.

Photo courtesy of Steve Taylor.

Source: Ventures Africa (link opens in a new window)

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Coronavirus
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business development, coronavirus, emerging markets, fossil fuels, global development