Will manufacturers be caught with their pants down?

Modic, Stan
February 2003
T & P: Tooling & Production;Feb2003, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
Discusses the effect of economic crisis on the U.S. manufacturers. Explosion of manufacturing protectionism; Reduction in manufacturing employment; Decline of younger people in the work force; Emergence of regional trade blocks.


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