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Title: How is Coronavirus Crisis Changing International Business?
Authors: Danko, Taras
Keywords: international business; fourth industrial revolution; cluster organizations; re-globalization; e-internationalization; innovation ecosystems; capabilities
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: Danko T. How is Coronavirus Crisis Changing International Business? [Electronic resource] / T. Danko. – Electron. text data. – Kharkiv, 2020. – 6 p. – (Reprint of the original article from Kharkiv Observer / Nat. Techn. Univ. "KhPI". – URL: – URI:
Abstract: The coronavirus crisis is dramatically changing lifestyles, markets, workplaces, business processes and value chains. The coronavirus challenges for international business include employee safety, financial sustainability, the resilience of supply chains, crucial systems maintenance to support, unprecedented levels of remote working and online trading, swift global markets transformation, and new COVID-19 legislation. Consequently, international firms are changing at an enormous speed, developing new essential capabilities, many of which are based on Industry 4.0 technologies.
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