What Does ‘Made In’ Mean Anymore? Part 2

What Does ‘Made In’ Mean Anymore? Part 2
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This post is by Britta Knueppel and Chloe Williams. What does the term 'Made In' really mean anymore? As corporations become global - and may even be run in countries...

Guy Brighton
  • 11 october 2006

This post is by Britta Knueppel and Chloe Williams.

What does the term ‘Made In’ really mean anymore? As corporations
become global – and may even be run in countries away from the one they
were born in – how relevant is the tag today and why do some companies
cling on to a sense of nationality?

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