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SUBJECT AREA Other
DOCUMENT TYPE Outline
CREATED ON 26th January 2017
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Increasing profits in the manufacturing sector through embracing green reverse logistics

This assignment will be an annotated outline for the topic the student has chosen.  This minimum of four page outline will be a full sentence type outline and will be in APA format. To gain an appreciation for the full sentence outline, please see an example at the following website: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/media/pdf/20081113013048_544.pdf .  Attached is the abstract.  
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