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Detroit Case Study

Country: USA
Location: Michigan State, East of USA, North America

The car was the main form of transport
Lots of open space in America

Why Detroit:

By chance
Henry Ford happened to live there
There are steel making factories around
Ships can reach Detroit easily

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In 1994 American cars came back, as they sold the most cars in the world
They learnt from the Japanese, using assembly lines
With the assembly lines, each worker is given more responsibility, more education, each job
is more hi-tech, but still receive high wages ($50,000 a year at least)…




also super helpful for a-level geo!!

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