THE FLANARANT: Are apparel factory owners the new Luddites?
By Mike Flanagan | 11 April 2011
19th century Luddites had no way of knowing that mechanisation would ultimately lead to better productivity. But today's apparel factory owners have no excuse for failing to grasp that productivity improvements can often offset the cost of higher wages, writes Mike Flanagan.
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