Quality Control and Reliability in the USSR

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Gwyer, Joseph A.   (1963, ASQC)   Library of Congress

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 20    No. 2
QICID: 4729    August 1963    pp. 4-11
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Article Abstract

The difficulties confronting the Soviet quality control experts today stem basically from organizational problems, lack of trained personnel, obsolescence of the industrial plant and above all, reluctance of the State to substitute quality for quantity as the prevailing consideration in mapping its expansion goals.

Keywords

Management of quality assurance


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