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Read this page, then answer the questions which follow. Context Joan’s Taxis is a business located in the United Kingdom. Joan is the owner, and runs the business as a sole trader. Joan’s business is expanding, and she is currently recruiting and training new taxi drivers. The taxis that Joan uses are manufactured by Merchant Motors Ltd, a company that uses flow production methods to make taxis. The directors of Merchant Motors Ltd plan to start making motor vans and other commercial vehicles as well as taxis. They will need to recruit more employees to make these vans and commercial vehicles. Both Joan’s Taxis and Merchant Motors Ltd value the importance of induction training.

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Joan’s Taxis buys taxis from Merchant Motors Ltd. (a) (i) Give one example of a suitable source of finance for Joan’s Taxis, and one different example for Merchant Motors Ltd. ................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................ (2) (ii) Give one example of a suitable use of profits for Joan’s Taxis, and one different example for Merchant Motors Ltd. ................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................ (2) Merchant Motors Ltd makes its taxis using the flow (mass) method of production. (b) (i) State two features of flow production. ...................................................................................................................................
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