The Structure of British Industry

The Structure of British Industry

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entirely to the largest firms, but it is being suggested that the newer types of unit construction machines may well become economical for medium quantity production. It is significant that one of the leading heavy vehicle builders, the Associated Equipment Company (A.E.C.), producing ... while nearly half a million Plymouths were produced, all with the same basic engine and chassis.1 About 60 % of theanbsp;...

Title:The Structure of British Industry
Author: Duncan Burn
Publisher:CUP Archive - 1958

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