Developing countries need nearly $3 trillion to revive economies in wake of COVID-19: Envoy.

Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Munir Akram has said the developing countries need between two to three trillion dollars to revive their economies in the wake of COVID-19 adverse impacts. In an interview with the UN television as President of UN Economic and Social Council, he said the developing countries have not access to even a small fraction of that amount and many countries are falling into debt. Munir Akram said economic...

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