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Don't be put off by the cover. This is a topical and engaging book. I'm a casual reader rather than an business expert. For me the book provided a great entry point to an area that I had never given much thought to - how the things around me get made - and also a background to the current economic policy debates that I read about in the papers.
The book explores what factories of the future might look like - what they might be producing, how manufacturers and their supply chains might be organised globally, the convergence of developed and developing nations, and the opportunities for more sustainable manufacturing.
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