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70% of Japan execs plan changes to supply chain: Nikkei survey

More teleworking and slow recovery anticipated as new normal from coronavirus

Employees wearing protective masks and face guards work on the automobile assembly line at the factory of Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus in Kawasaki, Japan.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Seven out of 10 Japanese companies with domestic plants will revise their supply chains, a Nikkei survey shows, highlighting corporate efforts to find a new normal in light of continuing risks from the novel coronavirus.

Many business practices are likely to change, as the pandemic remains far from over and companies still face restrictions.

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