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While Ford kept its traditional reluctance to establish joint ventures,29 the company also embraced GM’s strategy of 100 percent ownership of its foreign operations. In the past, Ford had preferred to open its own subsidiaries, usually by raising capital through minority shareholders in the market where its foreign subsidiaries operated (another objective was to gain acceptance in foreign markets). Nonetheless, the company maintained majority ownership, with the notable exception of Canada, where it had a minority interest until 1949 (Wilkins and Hill 1964: 375).
18 The UAW continued to view employers with hostility, as reflected in the nature of collective bargaining. The process of negotiation entailed periodic “battles,” where a gain for one side would represent a loss for the other. Nonetheless, 20 Ford motor company’s multidomestic strategy strikes and other extreme measures gradually diminished, and were replaced by institutionalized rules of negotiation. In 1955, the UAW succeeded in institutionalizing through “pattern bargaining”19 an adversarial but more stable labor–management relationship, which increased considerably the power of the union on a national level and created a labor monopoly that matched the auto makers’ oligopoly.
This was partly because downtime or resetting of specialized machinery and/or machine tools implied a halt to the assembly line, and resulted in lower volumes and higher costs (Hoffman and Kaplinsky 1988: 52). Any changes in the product mix or design had significant consequences at the plant level, such as variations in the specifications of machine tools and parts, the number of workers and tasks, the introduction of new jobs. A new, single design would also demand the participation of thousands of suppliers, engineers, designers, and consultants (National Academy Press 1982: 21–5) as well as long lead times, or about 5 years from design to launch into the marketplace.