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Post-Covid-19 ‘Sustainable Development’ Means Little In Precision Or Practice

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Now that COVID-19 is compounding and exacerbating threats to the global economy, including higher public debt burdens, de-globalization and an expanding role of the state, the call for “sustainable development” to recover from the shock is widely proclaimed from all quarters.

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