Changes in Manufacturing Linkage Patterns in Scotland and Wales: Hollowing Out and Foreign Direct Investment?
Trends in inward investment in Scotland and Wales have influenced manufacturing’s inter-linkages with the local economy in different ways. The paper shows that there could be a hollowing out of the manufacturing sector in these regional economies which is linked to trends in inward investment.
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