GUEST: Arthur Dong, professor at Georgetown University’s School of Business in Washington, D.C. and advisor to U.S. firms operating in China.
As China and the global health community mitigate the deadly coronavirus – its effects on the world’s economy has bankers, business owners, and everyday consumers nervous.
Beyond business and factory shutdowns in China itself, the break in the global supply chain threatens to affect everything from auto manufacturing and machine sales – to the stock market, everyday consumer items, and tourist industries halfway around the world.
With the world’s economy more interdependent than ever – how are governments and business leaders handling the crisis? And will we be prepared if the virus – and its economic effects – continue to spread?
With us to talk about the Coronavirus impact on the global economy is Arthur Dong. He’s a professor at Georgetown University’s School of Business in Washington, D.C. – and advises US firms operating in China.