Offshore: a good investment?

Lewis, Mark
November 2004
Cabinet Maker;11/12/2004, Issue 5414, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the results of the study about the benefits of outsourcing to the manufacturing industry in Great Britain. Impact of outsourcing on the economy; Increase in the pressure for some firms to relocate; Unemployment rate in the country. INSET: Facts and figures.


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