GENEVA (Reuters) – G20 countries have repealed nearly half of the trade restrictions they introduced in response to the pandemic, a World Trade Organization report said on Monday.
“While the report’s findings indicate trade-restrictive measures are coming down, G20 economies have more work to do to ensure the free flow of the medical inputs and supplies critical to saving lives,” said director-general Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
Around 49 % of restrictive trade measures had been terminated by the middle of May, the report said.
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