Procurement, logistics management and materials management, Operation Management

1. Can the Japanese system of Keiretsu be duplicated in other countries? 

2. How do you distinguish between procurement, logistics management, materials management and supply chain management? 

3. Investigate (as a group) the Volkswagen truck factory in Brazil - what's particularly interesting about this plant? 

4. How should a centralised procurement function operate in a company engaged in global markets, both buying and selling? What kind of staff would they require?

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