Japanese vendors likely to follow outsourcing trend

Mooney, Elizabeth V.
April 2001
RCR Wireless News;4/16/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 16, p18
Trade Publication
Predicts that Japanese electronics equipment companies are poised to follow the lead of their United States and European competitors toward contract manufacturing. Significance of the the outsourcing move; Description on the benefits of the outsourcing model; Assessment of the performance of outsourced electronic manufacturers; Forecast on the electronic equipment industry.


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