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Global Value Chain cross border linkages and flow by value chain modularity (Source-Timothy J. Sturgeon et al., (2017).) 

Global Value Chain cross border linkages and flow by value chain modularity (Source-Timothy J. Sturgeon et al., (2017).) 

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http://ciet.oss.unist.hr/sites/default/files/pictures/CIET%202018%20Conference%20Proceedings.pdf ..........Pp.487-497................. The drive to develop towards Industry 4.0 requires appropriate infrastructure in order to harness the full potential of its smart services in the future. Existing manufacturing infrastructure include the following:...

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... value addition in the chain involves the systematic partitioning of tacit information that increases efficiency within the firm or across firms in different geographic regions when combined with others exchanging information as shown in Figure 5. Consequently, both outsourcing and offshoring are possible through the use of modular type of GVC linkages (Sturgeon, Fredriksson, & Korka, 2017) in the smart ecosystem. The shelf-life of modern technologies is rapidly decreasing in light of more advance offerings. A possible encounter in the manufacturing operations is that it is subject to undeviating data from the planning process that informs resources for optimizing facilities and roll out online with an integral self-directed upkeep of its function for supporting smart production. Thus, organizations should embrace the unleashing of Industry 4.0 and its future smart services, affording conceivable occasions for interoperability in gaining competitive advantage in the global value chain. ...
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... value addition in the chain involves the systematic partitioning of tacit information that increases efficiency within the firm or across firms in different geographic regions when combined with others exchanging information as shown in Figure 5. Consequently, both outsourcing and offshoring are possible through the use of modular type of GVC linkages (Sturgeon, Fredriksson, & Korka, 2017) in the smart ecosystem. The shelf-life of modern technologies is rapidly decreasing in light of more advance offerings. A possible encounter in the manufacturing operations is that it is subject to undeviating data from the planning process that informs resources for optimizing facilities and roll out online with an integral self-directed upkeep of its function for supporting smart production. Thus, organizations should embrace the unleashing of Industry 4.0 and its future smart services, affording conceivable occasions for interoperability in gaining competitive advantage in the global value chain. ...

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