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Lean Machines Sixteen Case
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Manufacturing News
January, 12, 2000 Vol. 7, No. 1

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Consumer Product Safety Commission Is Back On Track
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National Initiative Proposed For Researching And Implementing New Product Development Practices
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Merger And Acquisition Activity Goes Through The Roof
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Deaths Associated With Consumer Products, 1997
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Voluntary Corrective Actions Taken On Behalf of Manufacturers
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Now Is The Best Time Ever To Sell Your Manufacturing Business
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Global Tidal Wave Of Socially Pernicious Factories Is Becoming A Contentious Public Issue For Manufacturers, Distributors and Retailers
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Activists Open Anti-Sweatshop Web Sites
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Verite Reveals The Ten Deadly Sins Of Overseas Factories
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