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Global production chains and value added : China's position in the consumer eletronic industry

@inproceedings{Morais2012GlobalPC,
  title={Global production chains and value added : China's position in the consumer eletronic industry},
  author={Isabela Nogueira de Morais},
  year={2012}
}
  • Isabela Nogueira de Morais
  • Published 2012
  • Economics
  • The objective of this article is to map China’s presence in global production chains in the electronics industry, with special emphasis given to value added. It discusses whether China is upwards in the global value hierarchies and if the country is getting distance from the traditional contractor manufacturing position, generally responsible for standardized activities with less qualification and less value added. In order to do so, the article presents the concept of global value chains… CONTINUE READING

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