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Frontiers in Management Research

(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


  • Hongqiang ZHANG*
    Guangdong Lingnan Institute of Technology, Guangzhou, China
  • Xinyuan ZHONG*
    Jiangxi University of Science and Technology, Nanchang, China
  • Xueer TANG
    Krirk University, Bangkok, Thailand


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.


supply chain management, reglobalization, Covid-19, medical face masks industry


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