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Business Leaders Should Act to Advance New York City's COVID-19 Response


December 2020 | Publication

As the nation’s commercial center and an international business and tourism hub, New York City has long been an economic engine and a critical component of, and catalyst for, national competitiveness. But as one of the early epicenters of the COVID-19 pandemic and its public health and economic impacts, and as a place that’s particularly vulnerable to some of the pandemic’s disruptions, metropolitan New York has struggled to regain its bearings and chart its path back to prosperity.



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