Strategies and tactics of Chinese contract manufacturers and western OEMs (2001-2011)

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Sodhi, M.; Tang, C.S.;

As policy makers seek to draw lessons from the growth of Chinese manufacturing, we need to better understand the evolving strategies adopted by Chinese manufacturers since the economic reforms of the 1980s. Focusing on the apparel and electronics sectors, we look at how... View more
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