reindustrialize

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reindustrialize

(ˌriːɪnˈdʌstrɪəˌlaɪz) or

reindustrialise

vb (tr)
(Economics) to industrialize again in order to stimulate growth and the economy and to renew old industries
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He recalled that from 2010 the government had carried out a reindustrialisation process, the most important pillar of which had been the automotive industry.
S'agissant du volet economique, le feuilleton [beaucoup moins que] 12/14 [beaucoup plus grand que] axera son interet sur le developpement local, la reindustrialisation, le developpement de l'agriculture.
It's developing momentum in developed manufacturing nations, and is the most prevalent topic in Europe when talking about reindustrialisation.
During the seminar, Maciej Falkowski, deputy director, Department of Economic Co-operation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, discussed the action plan adopted by the Polish government to develop its economy to create a new development model that is based on five pillars: reindustrialisation, development of innovative companies, capital for development, foreign expansion in terms of penetrating new markets, especially in Asia and Africa, and social and regional development.
Contrary to popular opinion, Prof Reinert insists that the reindustrialisation of Europe, not the transfer of massive sums of money to struggling countries, was the main focus of the Marshall Plan, using the traditional toolbox, including heavy protection of manufacturing industries.
The plastics industry is a key contributor to the reindustrialisation of Europe due to its knock-on effect on other key areas of the economy," explained Karl- H.
Government investment would be targeted at reindustrialisation and a network of 70 to 90 overseas offices would be set up to boost exports and Scotland's international profile.
Getting the economy on the path to reindustrialisation and reducing the power of the lobbies will be one of the key tasks awaiting the future president," said the economist Mekideche.
With today's initiative the Commission sends a clear signal that urgent reindustrialisation and modernisation of our economy is indispensable if we are to create new jobs.
The EU's future climate and energy targets must foster competitiveness and reindustrialisation, without energy price rises.
Reindustrialisation - along with the fight against youth unemployment - should top Europe's agenda in 2014, with the goal of establishing an industrial sector that accounts for 20 per cent of gross domestic product by 2020.