UK manufacturers are reaping the rewards of high levels of innovation over recent years

September 2014
Manufacturer;Sep2014, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p15
The article discusses the Engineering Employers' Federation/ NatWest commercial bank's innovation monitor report, according to which, strong demands for new products has put pressure on British manufacturers to focus on innovative activities.


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