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Which political and economic factors in the global environment have effect on the manufacturers of construction and mining equip

May 06, 2020 to rebuild afterwards and to redevelop a global economy within which each country could grow. So, too, global leaders must begin to plan post-pandemic cooperation. Three tasks that confronted those leaders have their parallel today. First and most immediate is to fight the common enemy – now the virus – together. The second is political and

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