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Good morning, this is Nicolas. Today, we’re covering the negative effects of vaccine inequality on the world economy’s recovery.

We also learn about a thought experiment to regulate self-driving cars, the Molly Problem – while keeping an eye on Doctors Without Borders’ first COP participation.

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Nicolas Camut


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Jobseekers at a work fair in Los Angeles, United States, 05 October 2021. The ILO said the global labour market recovery has stalled and revives down its outlook for the year. (Credits: Keystone/EPA/Etienne Laurent)

😷 Covid vaccine inequality is stalling jobs recovery, warns ILO. In its latest monitor, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has sharply revised down its labour market outlook and now expects working hours equal to 125 million full-time jobs to be lost this year as a result of the pandemic. Guy Ryder, the agency’s director general, said the unequal vaccine rollout and disparities in fiscal stimulus packages was deepening the divide between developed and developing countries, causing a two-speed recovery.

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