reindustrialize

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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In the Novosibirsk region, as part of the program to reindustrialize the region's economy, the concept of a project to create an industrial cluster around the chain of "redistribution" from basic raw materials (potato) to final high-margin products of large-capacity biosynthesis is being developed.
While Sanders called for protectionist measures to help reduce social inequality and reindustrialize the economy.
Not only to the job saving leg of the economic process, but also to the strong need to reindustrialize Europe, in order not to lose completely those features of the economic framework that were created with the support of the industrial civilization that emerged precisely here and then spread across the world.
These features of manufacturing are at the background of present initiatives of the European Commission to reindustrialize the EU economy and to increase the share of manufacturing value added from the current EU average of 15% to 20% by 2020 (European Commission, 2012).
Independence will give Scotland control of our own tax system, so we can create more and better jobs for people, and we can reindustrialize Scotland by working to reverse the decline in well-paid manufacturing jobs.
Shale gas meanwhile, has seen energy prices tumble in the USA and has the potential to reindustrialize parts of the UK.
The Korean War (1950-53), the long decades of postwar authoritarian government, and the frantic race to reindustrialize the devastated country throughout the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s created conditions that ensured the sustained popularity of the genre.
The need for the ownership of productive assets implies a vital link between (1) the need to reindustrialize despite low-cost foreign labor and (2) the need to distribute broadly the rewards of capital ownership in a world in which the return will almost entirely go to the owners of technology.
Steel, and other western companies flocked to Russia, providing the essential wherewithal and technical assistance needed to reindustrialize the Bolshevik regime.
Apart from low economic growth and less private spending, one offshoot of the crisis could be that countries that have de-industrialized over the past decades, such as the United Kingdom, could start to reindustrialize as they become less dependent on the global division of labor, Vathje said.
Reindustrialize America by creating a twenty-first-century energy industry.