The globalisation of the automotive industry increasingly compels manufacturers to establish assembly plants at sites distant from their home offices. At the same time, the assemblers are looking to avoid interruption of their increasingly complex, multiple supply lines, and are instituting just-in-time manufacturing. Thus, the manufacturers want suppliers’ plants located very …
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