Accumulation process including productive forces

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accumulation process including productive forces, relations of production, the production process, products, and labour legislation”(Sandoval, 2013). It is hard to actually find out who is violating Apple’s supplier code. As soon as one problem is fixed another one pops up. It never ends. There are several options but no real solutions. Apple could bring the manufacturing back to the United States but, production would cost more. Apple could let China continue to do what they are doing. That would be unethical and against everything Apple stands for. Apple could try and fix the things going on by doing audits regularly, step up programs to work on the problems. This sounds like a good option. Another good option is to pay the suppliers more to improve the environment and the worker’s welfare. Another global issue for Apple is production. Apple has not grown much because of the company is not able to manufacture enough devices that are in high demand. Apple does not have many suppliers and only a few are able to handle the demand. product cost effectively. “The manufacture of iPhones involves multiple companies' Major manufacturers and suppliers include Toshiba (Japan), Samsung (South Korea), Infineon (Germany), and Broadcom (U.S.)” (Liu,
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MANAGING GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS 4 2011). The manufacture that could bail Apple out is dealing with their own turmoil. Even, if they produced the devices would the prices remain the same or increase.
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