6 months after lockdown: Covid-19 impact on economy likely to be long-term

Images of thousands of migrant workers making journeys back to their homes captured the fear, distress and anxiety in the earlier weeks of the lockdown
The stress across businesses since the lockdown was imposed on March 24 is still visible. Even as the government has now relaxed the restrictions in many ways, the impact of the lockdown on the economy is likely to be long-term

Covid-19 impact: Worst over, but auto, retail, real estate still ailing


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