Ford and the Global Strategies of Multinationals: The North American Auto Industry

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4.1 Ownership change in the Mexican automobile industry, 1962-80 59
6.1 Vehicle assembly labor productivity 106
6.2 Labor-hours per vehicle (LHV) and labor and benefit cost per vehicle (LBCV) 112
6.3 Worldwide profit per vehicle 115
6.4 Research and development costs per vehicle sold 115
10.1 Rules of Annex 300-A of NAFTA that apply to Mexico 192
10.2 The Mexican automobile industry's performance, 1989-97 195
10.3 The Canadian automobile industry's performance, 1988-97 197
10.4 Ford's production and exports in Mexico and Canada 210
A1.1 World motor vehicle production by company, 1976-97 277
A1.2 World motor vehicle sales by company, 1969-97 278
A1.3 Net income of the Big Three, 1969-97 279
A1.4 Worldwide payrolls of the Big Three, 1969-97 280
A1.5 Ford's assets at 31 December, 1977-97 281
A1.6 Ford's worldwide capital expenditures by region, 1975-97 283
A1.7 Ford's production by region, 1974-97 285
A1.8 General Motors' production by region, 1974-97 287
A1.9 Ford's production to sales ratio by region, 1974-97 289
A1.10 Ford's production to sales ratio in North America, 1974-97 290
A1.11 Ford's worldwide sales to unaffiliated customers by region, 1975-97 291
A1.12 Ford's factory sales by region, 1971-97a 293
A1.13 Ford's net income to assets ratio, 1977-97 295
A1.14 Ford's net income by region, 1975-98 296
A1.15 Ford's intercompany sales, 1977-98a 297
A1.16 Ford's intercompany sales to total sales ratio, 1977-98 299
A1.17 Ford's average sales value by region, 1975-97 300
A1.18 Ford's average sales value by region, 1975-97 301
A2.1 Automotive output in Canada, 1961-97 303
A2.2 Auto industry employment in Canada, 1961-97 304
A2.3 Vehicle sales, production, exports, and imports in Canada, 1960-97 305

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Figures xi
  • Tables xiv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Abbreviations xix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Ford Motor Company's Multidomestic Strategy 14
  • 3 - Ford of Canada 30
  • 4 - Ford of Mexico 51
  • 5 - The 1970s 73
  • 6 - Ford's Survival Strategy 98
  • 7 - Ford's Global Strategy 118
  • 8 - Successful Bargaining in a Situation of Increasing Interdependence 142
  • 9 - Export Dynamism 161
  • 10 - A North American System of Production 187
  • 11 - Conclusion 218
  • Notes 235
  • Bibliography 254
  • Periodicals (Newspapers, Newsletters, and Magazines) 275
  • Appendix 1 276
  • Appendix 2 302
  • Appendix 3 326
  • Index 351
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