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February 1989, Vol. 112, No. 2
Productivity in the carburetors, pistons, and valves industry
J. W. Ferris and V. L. Klarquist
Economists, Division of Industry Productivity and Technology Studies, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Growth in output per employee hour in the carburetors, pistons, and valves industry has been substantially below that for all manufacturing; the industry has felt the effects of weak demand. This article profiles productivity in an auto-related field: carburetors, pistons, and valves.
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