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Womack in China: "Consumers want a say in production"

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Interesting article:

“‘China is developing very fast. But much of the growth is based on the model of mass production. How about one day when the advantages of low-wages fade and products become more customer-oriented?’ Womack asked.”

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2 Comments on "Womack in China: "Consumers want a say in production""

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  1. Kathleen Fasanella says:

    Hey Mark
    Is there any chance you could provide more of a run down of the article’s content? Evidently, one needs to be a subscriber to read the material :(

  2. Mark Graban says:

    Oh, I don’t recall it being subscription only before. Sorry about that. I don’t have a login and don’t want to pay for one either.

    Sorry about that. I did a google search for some of the text from the article and can’t find a free copy out there.

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