The new year 2023 will continue to be marked internationally by the Russian invasion of Ukrainethe explosion of coronavirus cases in China and climate change.
Álvaro de Argüelles, an analyst for El Orden Mundial, points out in la Sexta that “we are going to witness a resurgence of the fighting.” “What Putin wants is to force Ukraine to sit down and negotiate,” he adds.
This is why we will not stop noticing its consequences in the new year. CIDOB researcher, Carme Colomina, highlights how we live “a permanent crisis situation” and “it will be tested from the effects of inflation, access to food, the right to energy.”
Another issue that threatens the world is the explosion of coronavirus cases in China. In this sense, several countries have already recovered mobility restrictions.
The climate change It is another of the issues that will be present in 2023, a year that may become the hottest since there are records. Doubts about progress in the fight against climate change are also evident.
The protests in iran triggered by the social discontent that have been common in 2022 will continue present during this new year. You can expand the information by consulting the video on these lines.
• Many companies that work in China are already seeing difficulties in that their
workers go to the company to work. And that is, logically, preventing the
export from China of components that come to the rest of the world. Also to
Europe and Spain
• China is a large world producer that generates quantities of components that
we receive the rest of the world.
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