rise and fall of the Argentinian motor vehicle industry

by Rhys Jenkins

Publisher: School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia in Norwich

Written in English
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Statement(by) Rhys Jenkins.
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Attempts to place an examination of the political economy of this industry in the broader context of Argentinian development over the last 30 yr, focusing on 4 major growth periods: 1) prior to saw both the development of local assembly and spare part manufacture and initial attempts of manufacturing in the 's; 2)included the installation of the major companies and the Author: Rhys Jenkins.

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