The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which represents about 290 airlines and 83% of global air traffic, has called on governments to apply the lessons learned after the abolition of global connectivity in response to COVID-19 to ensure that future global health threats can be addressed. manage effectively without closing borders. World Health Organization (WHO) du ...
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Considering the labor shortage, according to economic logic, the shortage should be the reason for the increase in wages