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Global Economy Reopening Tracker

David Smith • 6/18/2020

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The Cushman & Wakefield Global Economy Reopening Tracker provides a vantage into the changing landscape of economic and social activity across major markets around the world. While the dynamics and details of reopening vary from city-to-city and country-to-country, governments, health organizations and businesses are working together to reopen multiple sectors of the global economy to enable employees and citizens to reenter workplaces and venues. Our global and regional maps and reopening tracker data tables capture these movements, and Cushman & Wakefield will continue to monitor this critical information.

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