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March 1982, Vol. 105, No. 3
Nonwool yarn mills experience
slow gains in productivity
James D. York
Economist, Division of Labor Force Studies, Bureau of Labor Statistics
During 1958-80, new equipment and techniques aided productivity growth; although the 2.3-percent rate of increase was less than for manufacturing as a whole, it accelerated during the last 8 years of the period.
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