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    Stage(s) and Process(s) are intricate.



    1. The diagram shows the stage(s) of consumer goods manufacturing.Stage(s) and Process(s) are intricate. However, those settle into shape by two flows. The first flow is manufacturing process. The manufacturing process is completed in several stages.

    Would it be better to say "intricate" or "complicated" to refer to this kind of flow chart? Or are the two almost same?
    2. The second flow is usually retrogressive feedback.(correction)=> The second flow is usually backward, for example, feedback from production planning is used in the previous stage of storage.

    Would you say "retrogressive" for this kind of feedback or "backward"?
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    Re: Stage(s) and Process(s) are intricate.

    I'm afraid your text makes very little sense.
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    Re: Stage(s) and Process(s) are intricate.

    The original writer tried to say that "information feedback" is a "backward or going back" process. Just to purely mean "going back", is "retrogressive" inadequate as it has the nuance of "degenerate"? Which would have the pure meaning of "just going back" not including "degenerate or get worse" among these ?
    * regress, retrogress, go backward, reverse
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    However, the stage of consumer goods manufacturing is not simple due to (the) flow of information feedback. That(This) is second flow. The second flow is usually retrogressive feedback such as the one from planning phase to storage phase.
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