A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Acts of the by Charles Kingsley Barrett

By Charles Kingsley Barrett

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An obvious example of such a country is Brazil, where export processing zones are of minor significance, industrial production is primarily for the domestic market and where it has been convincingly argued capital accumulation is based on increasing relative surplus value (Cardoso and Serra, 1978) . An approach based on the internationalization of capital stresses the interpenetration of capitals as opposed to a unidirectional relationship going from the advanced capitalist countries to the Third World.

Again this represents the opposite extreme to those who see industrialization as a process directed and controlled by foreign capital . Evidence of the share of TNC subsidiaries in industrial production and exports in various Third World countries suggest that neither 39 Capital E5 Class 40 extreme reflects accurately the existing situation . Moreover, there are considerable variations between Third World countries in the degree of foreign ownership and control (see Table 1) . a. Manufactured exports 42% 40% 50% 50% 10% 5% > 70% 92% 31% > 20% Note : 'Where two dates are given, the first refers to output, the second to exports .

New ruling groups emerged in the Third World, with support from the petty bourgeoisie, which were committed to a policy of state support for industrialization. In a situation of increasing competition between ProductionOriented Theories Capital E5 Class 36 capitals, intensified inter-imperialist rivalry between the major capitalist powers and East-West conflict, Third World states have enjoyed considerable room for manoeuvre (Warren, 1973, pp. 1016 ; 1980, pp. 170-185) . Implications for the international division of labour As a result of these factors industrial production in the Third World grew more rapidly than in the advanced capitalist countries (Schiffer, 1981, Table 1) .

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