What Leaders Have To Say About Coronavirus

What Leaders Have To Say About Coronavirus

Here are what leaders have to say about Coronavirus and its impact on the world…

Gary Parker, Director of the Clark-Fox Institute says:

“If we’re going to recover, financially, from this pandemic, access to quality affordable early childhood education is going to be a critical piece.”

Kristalina Georgieva, Director of the International Monetary Fund says:

“I do believe that bringing together epidemiology and economics is absolutely crucial. My closing message is that we will get through this, but how fast and how effectively will depend a lot upon the actions we take.”

According to Neil Shearing, Chief Economist at Capital Economics:

“The spread of the virus — or more accurately, the effort to contain it — poses the biggest near-term threat to global growth.”

Steve Barnett, NIEER Director states:

“Unforeseen and daunting budget constraints caused by the pandemic shutdown leave little optimism for maintaining current spending levels, let alone any future investments in early childhood programs.”

Neil Shearing, Group Chief Economist at Capital Economics says:

“The outbreak has the potential to cause severe economic and market dislocation. But the scale of the impact will ultimately be determined by how the virus spreads and evolves, which is almost impossible to predict, as well as how governments respond.”

Ana Boata, economist at Allianz Research says

“The Coronavirus outbreak is likely to keep the global manufacturing sector in recession in first half of 2020. Electronics and computers are most at risk.”

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