Non-production activities in UK manufacturing industry
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Non-production activities in UK manufacturing industry a report by University of East Anglia. School of Social Studies.

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Published by Commission of the European Communities, sold by European Community Information Service] in Brussels, [Washington, D.C .
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  • Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain


  • White collar workers -- Great Britain.,
  • Executives -- Great Britain.,
  • Manufacturing industries -- Great Britain -- Employees.

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Statementby the School of Social Studies of the University of East Anglia (Norwich) to the U.K. Dept. of Industry and the European Economic Community ; R. E. Crum, G. Gudgin.
SeriesRegional policy series ;, no. 3
ContributionsCrum, R. E., Gudgin, Graham., Great Britain. Dept. of Industry., European Economic Community.
LC ClassificationsHD8039.M4 G748
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 176 p. ;
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4488244M
LC Control Number79317493

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