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(Retracted)Supply Chain Management in an Era of Reglobalization after Covid-19 Epidemic: as the Case of Medical Face Masks Manufacturing Industry

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DOI: 10.22606/fmr.2020.43002

Author(s)
Hongqiang ZHANG, Xinyuan ZHONG, Xueer TANG
Affiliation(s)
Guangdong Lingnan Institute of Technology, Guangzhou, China
Jiangxi University of Science and Technology, Nanchang, China
Krirk University, Bangkok, Thailand
Abstract
Due to US and China trade war in 2019, trade openness is in a state of uncertainty and changeable at present. However, globalization can still thrive coexist with deglobalization thanks to recent logistics infrastructure developments. In addition, the COVID-19 has brought more uncertainty of global supply chain management. This research tries to focus on global supply chain management of medical face masks industry to find reglobalization after COVID-19 epidemic.
Keywords
supply chain management, reglobalization, Covid-19, medical face masks industry
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