The rapid spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and the drastic measures taken by governments to reduce the risk of contagion hit the global economy hard, and in 2020 it will experience its worst recession since the 1930s. To contain the spread of the virus, countries around the world implemented restrictions at the main points of entry to their territories. These restrictions affected international trade logistics and included additional sanitary measures and more rigorous inspections of both cargo and transport equipment and the logistics personnel operating them, which has increased the time and cost of foreign trade operations.

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