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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The two-day conference held under the theme: Driving investment for inclusive growth and sustainability, will provide detailed progress on the transformative partnerships created over the three years as part of realising the provincial governments vision of transformation, modernising and reindustrialising the Gauteng City Region.
According to the European Commission's economic growth strategy, Horizon 2020, clusters are an essential tactic to reindustrialising the EU.
Despite this, the need for reindustrialising the north of England and providing the investment and freedom to innovate and prioritise has never been stronger.
During the campaign leading to the referendum the Scottish Government produced a number of excellent papers such as Reindustrialising Scotland which can provide the basis for developing new strategies to invigorate our manufacturing sector.
The Scottish Government recently published: Reindustrialising Scotland for the 21st Century: A sustainable, industrial strategy for a modern independent nation.
The United States, by contrast, is reindustrialising with the help of cheap energy thanks to the shale gas boom.
Carbon leakage has to be halted: the current list of carbon-intensive industrial sectors that receive free allowances must be extended from 2015 to 2020, a crucial element for saving whole sections of European industry and even reindustrialising the EU during this crisis period
Varujan Vosganian: "The development of the Romanian economy in the coming period will require an increase in energy consumption, because the energy sector must be closely linked with the strategy for reindustrialising the country, with the strategy for increasing its competitiveness.
There's no better way of reindustrialising than through manufacturing.
What can governments do that will have a chance of successfully reindustrialising, or regenerating in some other way, the former coalfield localities?
Europe's main competitors, China and the United States, are reindustrialising thanks to low energy costs.