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To avoid their economies collapsing into a Covid-19 shaped crevasse, national and regional governments have released billions in financial aid since the beginning of the pandemic. And yet, with unemployment rates in double figures across much of the developed world, the threat of a long recession remains. Leaders League takes a look at the various economic stimulus packages being introduced around the world and examines whether they will be enough to steer the global economy to safety.
With every new world-health crisis, the World Health Organization's own state of health is called into question. Each time, it is forced to reconcile with its mistakes and make changes. But the Covid-19 pandemic is unlike anything the organization has ever had to contend with, and promises a true reckoning. Leaders League has put together a multi-part analysis of the WHO's successes and its failures.
The war against Covid-19 is being fought on many fronts. Political declarations, action plans, lock-down strategies... Leaders League takes an in-depth look at the weapons being used to prosecute this war and gives practical examples from countries which have successfully battled the virus.
They say a person's true worth is revealed in a crisis, and the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has challenged the character of world leaders old and new. They have been tested, and while some have risen to the occasion, others have been found wanting. Leaders League brings you the heroes and zeros of the coronavirus emergency.
CEOs, CFOs, HR managers, Heads of public institutions... the coronavirus pandemic has forced boardrooms to go into crisis-management mode. Will the lockdown be swift and decisive, or should we expect the worst? Corporate leaders are mobilizing their human and financial capital in an effort to steer their companies through the storm.
From the purchase of Celgene by Bristol-Myers Squibb, to the deal that saw Vinci take over operation of Gatwick airport, without forgetting the Peugeot-Fiat merger, the ten deals featured below illustrate that, although M&A might have been in a transition period, plenty of business was still being done.