ME  Vol.6 No.3 , March 2015
The Development in Global Production
Author(s) Teit Lüthje
ABSTRACT
The focus of this article is on the way in which the advantages of laying out production are changing in line with countries’ economic development. This is the background for some of the challenges connected with problems by laying out of production. As a result the production is moved either on to another distant low wage country, concentrated in a country close to the home country or drawn back to the home country, where it is increasingly subject to automation. Production of more advanced products is located in countries where the demand is about to blossom, and here the automation is also increasingly important. Thereby, to a greater extent, the main motive by laying out production is proximity to the market. Hence it is important to consider the challenges by laying out production in foreign countries.

Cite this paper
Lüthje, T. (2015) The Development in Global Production. Modern Economy, 6, 310-315. doi: 10.4236/me.2015.63029.
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