Year:2023   Volume: 5   Issue: 1   Area:

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Dina Ahmed OMAR


We are facing a global health crisis unlike any crisis in the history of 100 years, a crisis that kills people, spreads human suffering and changes people's lives, but this is much more than just a health crisis, it is a humanitarian, economic and social crisis. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which the World Health Organization has described as a pandemic, is attacking societies at its core. And the United Nations explained that the global economy may shrink by up to 1 percent in 2020 due to the Corona virus pandemic, a reflection of the previous prediction of 2.5 percent growth, warning that it may contract more if the restrictions imposed on economic activities. Stretched without adequate financial responses. The COVOD-19 pandemic will cause a significant reduction in FDI inflows. Multinational corporations, local business and investment have been hit hard with far-reaching social and economic repercussions. The coronavirus crisis is primarily a public health threat, but it is also increasingly an economic threat. The so-called "Covid-19" shock will lead to recession in some countries and a slowdown in global annual growth to less than 2.5 percent - often seen as a recession threshold for the global economy, so this study looks to highlight the impact of this crisis on The world's economic and political fields as a serious attempt to find a real and expected comparison of this crisis

Keywords: Scenarios, Political Variables, Economic Variables, Corona Crisis