The pandemic has had a severe negative impact on the เเจ็คพอตเเตกง่าย global economy. World Economic Outlook Report published by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. It shows that global GDP is down 4.2% in 2020, meaning the overall global economy fell from $87.75 trillion in 2019 to $84.07 trillion in 2020, a contraction of $3.68 trillion.
United States, Japan, Germany and other developed countries, including Russia, India, Brazil and other emerging markets. And developing countries have all been "stumbled" by the epidemic, with their GDP falling 3.8 percent to 11 percent.
China's economy is against this trend. with rigorous and effective measures China quickly curbed the epidemic in the second quarter of 2020 and took the lead in the resumption of work. China is one of the main economies. It is the only country to have a positive growth rate of 2.3% in 2020.
The world expects China's economic recovery to boost the economies of other countries and regions. The EU will become a more relevant partner for Asia through cooperation with China. especially through new investment agreements with China.First, China and the European Union can work together to control the epidemic.
COVID-19 has infected 112.5 million people and killed 2.5 million as of February 25. Although China has vaccinated 53 developing countries and exported vaccines to 22 countries, low-income countries and The EU has doubled funding for COVID-19 Vaccines Global Access, or COVAX, to 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion), but these countries prefer vaccines over money. And the lack of vaccine production capacity and high storage and transportation requirements make it difficult to promote widespread vaccination.