Trade Usage and Disclaiming Consequential Damages: the Implications for Just-in-Time Purchasing
American Business Law Journal
This article reports on trade, business, and industries in Japan in 2009. The article discusses industrial changes and growth in Japan, noting aspects of manufacturing such as marketing, purchasing, accounting, and human resources management. The article also describes the production management technique Just-In-Time (JIT) which emphasizes demand, limited production runs, quick setup, quality control, and reduced inventory and waste. Information is also provided on supply contracts, damages, lawsuits, and appeals.
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Bennett, Robert B., "Trade Usage and Disclaiming Consequential Damages: the Implications for Just-in-Time Purchasing" (2009). Scholarship and Professional Work - Business. 150.
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