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In the long term this makes the problem of inflation more acute.
These obstacles include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Underemployment and unemployment Growth limitation and inflation problems The general struggle over distribution and resistance to tax regulated redistribution Signs of social and personal disintegration Opposition to industrial growth and to increasing i n stitutional redistribution. INSTITUTIONAL REDISTRIBUTION Obstacle 1: Underemployment and Unemployment Secondary income social services are directly dependent on the primary incomes acquired through employment.
29) The persisting and profound dislocations in the international division of labor are revealed in the case of a multinational corporation: the number of workers employed by Phillips in Europe shrank by 24,000 between 1970 and 1977, while the number of 24 WESTERN EUROPE AND THE NIEO those employed outside Europe has risen by 49,000. The necessary level of profits, which the Phillips executive board regard as indispensable for survival, can only be achieved, in their judgement, by transferring labor intensive production processes to countries which, because of their labor market situation, can be considered favorable in this respect.
Allied Forces: Central Europe (Tanks Illustrated 1) by Pierre Touzin