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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) sits down with Dorothy Tembo, Acting Executive Director, International Trade Centre (ITC) to discuss the ramifications of COVID-19 for small businesses in developing economies.

COVID-19 continues to intensify supply chain disruptions and amplify economic uncertainty for businesses around the world. Meanwhile, school closings, job losses, overcrowded hospitals and necessary public lockdowns are having a tremendous impact on the lives and livlihoods of people everywhere.

Dorothy Tembo, Executive Director ad interim of the International Trade Centre, explains how COVID-19 is influencing small- and medium-sized enterprises in developing economies.