manufacturing industries


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manufacturing industries

[ˌmænjʊˈfæktʃərɪŋˈɪndəstrɪz] nplindustrie fpl manifatturiere
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There were manufacturing industries that employed two million, four hundred thousand people, but every trade was broken up into a chaos of small competitive units, each at war with all the others.
(TAP) - business leaders of private companies operating in manufacturing industries expect an improvement in overall investment in the second half of 2019, unlike the first half, which was marked by stability in most sectors, according to an opinion survey conducted by the National Statistics Institute (NSI).
Voltage fluctuation in the electronic distribution system can wreck the power supply in the residential, and manufacturing industries. Currently, various countries prefer deploying sectionalizers with the three-phase system in the electronic distribution system.
The growth of manufacturing industries went down by 0.3% in the nine months of 2018.
It is purposeful to establish to what extent Lithuanian industrial structure has moved from lower to higher value-added knowledge and technology intensive industries, to identify which manufacturing industries can be characterized as having the highest potential to generate long run income, and to ascertain how the potential of Lithuanian industrial structure as well as contribution of particular industries to the development of the overall manufacturing industry have changed over the researched period.
The Royal Commission for Jubail (RCJ) will organize the fourth Manufacturing Industries Forum and Exhibition at King Abdullah Cultural Center in Jubail Industrial City in March.
Tawazun Industrial Park is the only industrial zone catering to the defence manufacturing industry along with other civil precision manufacturing industries.
Summary: According to the PMI survey for February, the pace of the drop across Russian manufacturing industries
In the Midlands service industries are fighting hard to survive against the higher wages of the manufacturing industries.
President Barack Obama's pledge to bring manufacturing jobs back to the country, Hon Hai Group, now the world's largest EMS (electronic manufacturing service) provider, has decided to join hands with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on cultivating talents for local manufacturing industries.

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