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The Green Recovery Plan

COVID-19 was a harsh reminder of the economic and social damage that come with being unprepared. Still, it displayed people’s ability to adapt if they know what to do – wear a mask, observe physical distance, stay at home – and have the means to do it – loans, tax relief, wage subsidies. It also demonstrated the collective inclination to protect the most vulnerable. Governments around the world scrambled to alleviate the impact of COVID-19 on SMEs, recognizing that they act as a lynchpin connecting crises to broader socio-economic losses.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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