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The Corona Pandemic and its Impact on International Trade

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In the new episode of The Clue, Katharina-Luise Kittler, Head of Communications at AmCham Germany, interviews the chamber's senior advisor in Washington, D.C., Frank Samolis. Frank is partner at Squire Patton Boggs and Co-Chair of their International Trade Practice. In this episode, he outlines the impacts the Corona pandemic has on international trade, what businesses should expect before the US presidential elections in November and what role Germany plays in these circumstances.

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