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Reimagining the $9 trillion tourism economy—what will it take?

– As national borders consider reopening, a partnership between governments and the tourism industry will be essential.
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For corporate travel, a long recovery ahead

– Business travel is critical to many travel providers but will take a long time to return to previous levels after the COVID-19... pandemic. Here’s what the players that depend on it need to know.
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US freight after COVID-19: A bumpy road to the next normal

– Our new research foresees a difficult recovery of up to four years, with some pockets of growth. Freight and logistics companies... will need to adapt.
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Ready for check-in? Lessons from the German travel recovery

– A new report provides insights on how the travel industry can cope with shifts in demand patterns due to COVID-19.
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Reopening cities after COVID-19

– The experience of cities suggests that successful reopening requires a conservative, staged approach, beginning at virus levels... near zero—coupled with many safety measures for public transport.

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Article - McKinsey Global Institute

Will infrastructure bend or break under climate stress?

– Infrastructure is the backbone of the global economy, connecting people, enhancing quality of life, and promoting health and safety.... But climate change is revealing infrastructure vulnerabilities.
Article - McKinsey Global Institute

COVID-19 and climate change expose dangers of unstable supply chains

– With the world undergoing its second “once in a generation” disruption in 12 years, a reappraisal of supply chains is in order.
Report - McKinsey Global Institute

Risk, resilience, and rebalancing in global value chains

– Companies need an understanding of their exposure, vulnerabilities, and potential losses to inform resilience strategies.
Interview - McKinsey Quarterly

Rewriting the playbook: How Union Pacific is conducting business during the pandemic

– The chairman and CEO of a railroad heavyweight reflects on what keeps him going, how past challenges have prepared him for today’s,... and how his leadership approach has changed during the pandemic.
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The future of micromobility: Ridership and revenue after a crisis

– The COVID-19 crisis is causing serious disruptions to the multibillion-dollar micromobility industry. Our analysis indicates that... a full recovery is possible, as long as companies prepare for the next normal.
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Global freight flows after COVID-19: What’s next?

– COVID-19 will likely affect trade more profoundly than any other recent crisis. Leaders with a well-informed perspective on potential... trade scenarios can begin their recovery from a position of strength.
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Using analytics to get European rail maintenance on track

– By harnessing data and analytics, European rail-infrastructure operators can deliver better performance at a lower cost.
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Make it better, not just safer: The opportunity to reinvent travel

– Do you remember your first flight? The first time you fell in love with a new city? We do.
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China’s travel recovery gains steam: How families are planning their summer vacations

– McKinsey’s latest China traveler survey shows a strong desire among Chinese families to resume their travel plans.
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Hospitality and COVID-19: How long until ‘no vacancy’ for US hotels?

– New research indicates an extended and variable return for one of the hardest-hit industries
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Restoring public transit amid COVID-19: What European cities can learn from one another

– As cities end coronavirus lockdowns, public-transit authorities will need ways to increase ridership—safely. Early attempts... in some European cities can offer lessons to those elsewhere in Europe.
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