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April 1993, Vol. 116, No. 4
Industry productivity in natural and processed cheese
Daniel J. Curtin
Economist, Office of Productivity and Technology,
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Sustained demand, technological improvements in manufacturing,
the use of computers, and a better use of marketing contributed
to a rise in productivity over the 1972-90 period. This article
examines productivity trends in the natural and processed cheese
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