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This book gets behind much of the generality about globalization and examines in detail the production of familiar white goods commodities in a range of countries--China, Taiwan and South Korea, South Africa, Brazil and Turkey. It makes a substantive contribution to the understanding of the diffusion of management methods, the role of the state in employee relations, the nature of trade unionism and the impact of social structure on production relations.
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