As a result, these parts had to be imported or Mexican cars had to make do with antiquated parts. 8. See James P. Womack and Daniel T. Jones, aquot;From Lean Production to the Lean Enterprise, aquot; Harvard Business Review, March-April 1994. ... No data are publicly available on the sales volume of models (e.g., the Toyota Tercel) by trim level and option content, much ... sell for pennies per pound, are widely available from Mexican sources, and are of only modest use to the auto industry.
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