Workers in protective face masks in a factory in Foshan, China. Coronavirus has severely disrupted industries as fewer people are travelling and factories are closed during the health crisis. Photo: EPAWorkers in protective face masks in a factory in Foshan, China. Coronavirus has severely disrupted industries as fewer people are travelling and factories are closed during the health crisis. Photo: EPA
Workers in protective face masks in a factory in Foshan, China. Coronavirus has severely disrupted industries as fewer people are travelling and factories are closed during the health crisis. Photo: EPA

Will business, investing ever return to normal after the coronavirus pandemic changed everything?

  • Pandemic likely to cause ‘radical shifts’ in how businesses operate, and how consumers behave going forward, analysts and strategists say
  • Further pressure on globalisation likely as the world adapts to changed outlook
Topic |   Banking & Finance
Workers in protective face masks in a factory in Foshan, China. Coronavirus has severely disrupted industries as fewer people are travelling and factories are closed during the health crisis. Photo: EPAWorkers in protective face masks in a factory in Foshan, China. Coronavirus has severely disrupted industries as fewer people are travelling and factories are closed during the health crisis. Photo: EPA
Workers in protective face masks in a factory in Foshan, China. Coronavirus has severely disrupted industries as fewer people are travelling and factories are closed during the health crisis. Photo: EPA
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