The coronavirus pandemic devastated global trade, but last year it finally picked up. Goods traded rose 10 percent to a staggering $25 trillion, and services traded went up 15 percent to $7 trillion. With China also reopening up for business, is that trend set to continue? Or could protectionist policies get in the way?
This week Juliet Mann speaks to some of the world's most important figures including the World Trade Organization's Director General, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, as well as Gilbert Huongbo, Director General of the International Labour Organization and Rebeca Grynspan who currently serves as the Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.