Jim is making a mistake. A factory when used as a factory is a use value that is not a
commodity. It is only a commodity when it is sold. Factories can exist for years and
years -indeed for their entire life span-- as use values --as forms of fixed capital.

The dirty hanky in my pocket is a use value --snot rag. But if I am prepared to sell 
it to
you and you buy it from me because you have a use, say, for my snot rag then it eh 
a commodity.

Warm regards
George Pennefather

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George is making a mistake. A factory is a commodity that can be bought
or sold, just as it can be used in the hands of its owner. Factories are
bought and sold all the time.
Jim heartfield

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