Supply Chains

Here's how global supply chains will change after COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic is fundamentally reshaping global trade. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Jesse Lin
Project Specialist, Digital Trade, World Economic Forum LLC
Christian Lanng
Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and Co-Founder, Tradeshift
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