With the emergence of the global pandemic, the citizens of New Zealand are facing various issues that did not exist before the pandemic. However, these problems are not limited to one country only. It is a global issue announced as a pandemic.
The global economy is slowing. New dangers related to corona variants are increasing in the economy. Inflationary pressures, credit, and income disparity are at their peak. All of these might threaten the recovery in emerging markets.

Covid-19 is a new big global issue

As per the newest Ipsos poll, COVID-19 is presently at the top of the world’s concerns, with 35% stating it is among the most pressing societal issues confronting their nation today.
The ipsos research assesses the world’s concerns between December 2021 and January 2022 after questioning respondents in 28 nations.
Following COVID-19, other social concerns in January 2022 are: Poverty and social inequality are recognized by 31% of respondents, unemployment is the biggest concern for 28%, and the rest of the respondents believe financial and political corruption is the biggest issue.

Impact of Pandemic on the global economy

Because of the emergence of the Omicron, the pandemic is continuing to disrupt economic activities shortly. A significant slowdown in large economies will weigh on developing nations’ external demand.

Effect on the economic growth

The decline in global growth will increase the gap between emerging and developed nations. The productivity in advanced countries is likely to decrease below 3.8 % in 2022 and 2.3% in 2023.
However, a decrease will be adequate to return overall economic activity to their pre-pandemic pattern in these nations.
Conversely, progress in developing nations would slow from 4.6 percent in 2022.
By 2023, all developed economies will have fully recovered their production. But productivity in emerging nations will stay 4% below pre-pandemic levels. The setback is significantly greater for several of the world’s most vulnerable economies.

Impact on the inflation

Inflation has disproportionately affected low-wage employees, putting monetary policy under strain. Inflation is at its greatest levels ever, both globally and in developed countries. To combat rising inflation, several emerging economies are removing policy assistance.


Pandemics have always arisen every century. It has always affected the economy. But with that, it has created fear in people’s hearts.
The World Economic Forum’s Report 2022 reflects the widespread lack of trust in the future, with 89 percent of participants believing the world’s quick outlook would be unpredictable, fragmented, or progressively disastrous.