07 Feb, 2018
Does Nike produce left and right shoes in different countries?
In a story, widely circulated on the Internet, Nike faced a problem of pilfering on their new factories somewhere in the Third World.
When standard methods (increased security etc.) yielded no result, they contracted a freelance problem solver, who, after a brief thought, offered them to split production of left and right shoes across factories in two different countries. They did it and pilfering stopped.
What do you think, is it as false as those?
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