The Locational Behaviour of the Chemical Industry in the United States after World War II
One of the most distinguishing characteristics of the US chemical industry has long been its capacity for relatively rapid and sustained growth. Between 1955 and 1977, for example, physical output of US industrial chemicals grew at an average rate of 7.9 % a year as compared to 3.8 % a year for all manufactured products. Which has been the locational behavior and the pattern of growth of the US chemicals and allied products industry?
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