Global supply chains inpandemic




supply chains, COVID-19, the transformation of supply chains, industry 4.0, automation, supply efficiency.


In the course of the research, the theoretical approaches to determining the content of the process of formation of global supply chains were considered. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on international trade in the EU region is analyzed and the main features of this impact are identified. The main features of the response of international corporations to the challenges of quarantine restrictions are substan­tiated. In particular, the current trends in changing global approaches to the formation of supply chains and the formation of priorities for their development in the near future are analyzed.

Author Biography

Honlan Ezechiel ADJOKA, State University of Trade and Economics

postgraduate student


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ADJOKA, H. E. (2021). Global supply chains inpandemic. oreign rade: onomics, inance, aw, 119(6), 4–15.