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March, 1988, Vol. 111, No.6
Productivity in industrial inorganic chemicalsHorst Brand
Ziaul Z. Ahmed
Economist in the Division of Productivity and Technology Studies, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Output per hour improvements were retarded by slack demand; economies of scale could not be fully exploited, but cutbacks of less efficient plants, together with technical advances, bolstered productivity levels. The absence of any long-term improvement in productivity did not characterize all of the industry's components.
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