Italy produces a video game promoting itself in India following the Covid tourism resurgence

Italy produces a video game promoting itself in India following the Covid tourism resurgence

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The number of COVID-19 confirmed cases has surpassed 191 million worldwide, with the death toll exceeding 4 million (see charts 1 and 2). The Delta variant and complications related to vaccine rollout threaten to undermine recovery prospects. Globally, about 66% of the confirmed cases have recovered.

This week, our key takeaways from recent articles include the following: global corporate capex survey, midyear industry top trends, global structured finance midyear outlook, and bank credit loss forecasts. For the EMEA region, we dive into the building materials and construction sector’s recovery, REITs, financial institutions, and leveraged finance. In Asia-Pacific, we look at COVID-19 in Indonesia, and China’s desire for efficient, market-based default resolutions. We also feature the U.S. economy, North American regulated utilities, global corporate default tally, emerging markets monthly highlights, non-U.S. local governments, and local and regional governments midyear outlook 2021.

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