Anabel González on Medical Supply Chains Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic

˙ Latin America Advisor

The Latin America Advisor sat down with Anabel González, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and former trade minister of Costa Rica, to talk about medical supply chains amid the Covid-19 pandemic in relation to Latin America and the Caribbean. Do countries in the region have enough medical supplies to address the health crisis? What trade policy tools do nations have to facilitate the acquisition of medical gear and equipment? What are multilateral organizations doing, and what else should they do, to ensure Latin America and the Caribbean get the medical supplies that they need?

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