By Ann Benson
Award-winning dressmaker Ann Benson indicates find out how to upload sparkle to diversified clothing with 35 tasks, each one illustrated in a color photo. She makes use of seed pearls, pearl crystals and semi-precious stones to augment jumpers, jackets, shirts and components and create person styles and types.
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1990). We have gone further, regarding state-firm bargaining as the nexus of international treaties affecting the balance of power; the lasting effectiveness of the deal is determined by the success or failure of bargaining on all three sides of the triangle. When we examined the record of many investors in our three countries, we found that we could not understand much of what had been decided and done without explicitly taking into account shifts elsewhere. If one looks at only one side of the triangle, one misses important factors.
If one looks at only one side of the triangle, one misses important factors. Three examples make the point. Some years ago, Britain infuriated the Indonesian government by reducing its (already small) import quota for T-shirts as part of one of the endless rounds of renegotiating the Multi-Fibre Arrangement. Indonesia sought ways of retaliation and found that one British firm, Davy International, was constructing a large chemical plant in their country. They embargoed the project as a way of voicing their displeasure and put at risk a contract worth many times the value of the trade in T-shirts.
Yet even firms are finding that their ability to command from the centre is being challenged by their managers at local levels. Multinationals are far from the monolithic actors they are often deemed to be. Implicit in these arguments is a general concern about the adequacy of existing theory to explain what has been happening. By working at the micro-level of individual firms and investment projects, we found many instances where we could not have anticipated the outcomes had we predicted them using received wisdom.