El comercio mundial sufre su mayor caída desde la crisis de 2008

El comercio mundial sufrió en lo que va de 2020 una caída sin precedentes desde la crisis financiera de 2008-2009, debido a la situación sanitaria mundial provocada por el coronavirus, señaló hoy la Organización Mundial del Comercio (OMC). Leer
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