Proximity to market
Availability of natural resources
East Asia has more natural resources.
There is cheaper labor in Asian countries.
Asian workers are typically very skilled.
Many Asians are willing to work for less pay.
Both B and D
Both C and D
The point at which a final product weighs more than its inputs, making it a bulk-graining industry.
A place where you can transfer goods from one mode of transport to another.
A situation factor that indicates whether an industry should be closer to the market or to the raw materials.
The place in the world with the cheapest labor where industries are moving to.
The manufacturing of goods in a factory.
Wheat and other grains
Ships and naval supplies
The northeast, the southwest
The northeast, Asia
New York, Charleston
The north, the west
Nowhere. The textile industry has remained centered in one place.
Often, the products needed don't arrive "just in time," they arrive late.
Just-in-time delivery is an example of Fordist production.
If a company runs out of stock, they have no inventory left to stock the store.
Just-in-time delivery places too much pressure on the factory workers and leads to a poor workplace environment.
This type of delivery reduces the money wasted by making "extra" products.
The industrial revolution set social and political changes into motion.
The industrial revolution created a rise in productivity.
The industrial revolution increased standards of living.
The industrial revolution increased pollution.
None of the above.
Cheap labor from immigrants.
Proximity to major ports and markets such as New York and DC.
Hydroelectric power from Niagara Falls.
There are lots of natural resources.
A and B