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Economy List the Southeast Asian regions that were consideredagricultural societies and

World History | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9780078607028 | Authors: Jackson J. Spielvogel ISBN: 9780078607028 493

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Problem 18

Economy List the Southeast Asian regions that were consideredagricultural societies and the ones considered tradingsocieties. Explain how they influenced each other.

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Module 3 │ © Prof. Omar Romero‐Hernandez │ Lecture #5 of 8 │ 03/22/2017 Summary Notes 1. What did we cover today Pearson Book, Chapter “Supply Chain Design” Introduction ▯ • We introduced an example from Amazon. This company identified four competitive priorities and most of its processes are aligned to these priorities. Amazon is being competing against ‘brick‐ and‐mortar’ retailers such as Wal‐Mart, Macy’s, Best Buy. To a good extend, the success of Amazon is based on how well they operate their supply chain. ▯ • We presented five drivers which are making the concept of Supply Chain Management more relevant. Two of these drivers are (i) globalization and (ii) the short life cycle of products (se

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Textbook: World History
Edition: 2
Author: Jackson J. Spielvogel
ISBN: 9780078607028

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