identify the technologies that should be used, and design and build the facilities in which they are embodied;
adapt facilities, processes and products to the peculiarities of local raw materials and other inputs, factor prices, and market demand;
ensure that plant and equipment are maintained and that quality standards are enforced;
cope with breakdowns, unexpected outages, deficiencies in layout and scheduling, and unexplained changes in product or process performance; and
adjust to process and product improvements when these occur.
KeywordsCooperative Learning Technological Capability Technology Policy Auto Part Japanese System
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