Covid-19, Economy And Global Crisis, Indian Trade
International business encompasses all commercial and economic activities between the nations to promote the transfer the goods and services, ideas, resources and technologies across the national borders. Every country has limited resources therefore a country cannot produce all the goods and services that it requires. The present context of the world, there is imbalance in production and supply factors due to Covid-19, which has led to market imbalances in demand and supply. The world economy has been hit hard by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, as on June end more than ten 10 million people around the globe had been affected by disease, USA, India and others are worst hit countries with decrease in GDP and increase in unemployment. It may be useful to also note that prolonged lockdowns will eventually imply production shortfalls, may lead to increase in unemployment; decrease in demand for products, slowly running out stocks. In recent forecast of World Trade Organisation (WTO) indicated a clear fall in world trade between 13 per cent and 32 per cent in 2020, perhaps the highest fall since the Great Depression of 1930s. The purpose of the research paper is Economic and Business crisis, due to covid-19 in present situation in India and the world. India and world can overcome the challenges by specific government, by providing economic relief packages and increase in employment opportunities by digitalisation in all the sectors of the economy to increase in gross production, investment, job security to casual labours. These factors may change the world present situation to productive or welfare economy.
L.S., Arun Kumar
"Dynamics Of Business And Economics - Global Perspective With Respect To India, During Covid-19 Pandemic,"
International Review of Business and Economics: Vol. 4:
2, Article 44.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/irbe/vol4/iss2/44