The disruptive force of the Covid-19 Pandemic has disturbed the balance of all businesses’ operations and changed the way people think and act.
Who will be considered accountable for the losses, in the cases where suppliers are not able to meet customers’ order and delivery obligations, due to COVID-19 outburst?
Indeed, the measures imposed by the Governments, on a global level, to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 have, inevitably, caused the interruption of everyday procedures followed by organizations internationally.
COVID-19 undoubtedly impacted and will continue impacting, for an unknown period, traditional day to day businesses and transactions around the world. Businesses are trying to cope with the urgent need of transitioning their operations remotely and online.
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Chambersfield Economides Kranos foresees, acknowledges, evaluates and acts upon drastic crisis moments in Global and National economies.