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December, 1986, Vol. 109, No. 12
International trends in productivity
and unit labor costs in manufacturing
U.S. output per hour exceeded the rates of gain in 8 of 11 other industrial countries in 1985, but U.S. unit labor costs rose 2.7 percent relative to the trade-weighted average of the other nations after adjustment for the dollar's appreciation.
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