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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Meanwhile, one of Labour's top donors, tycoon John Mills, says the party should reindustrialise the UK to see off Nigel Farage's Brexit Party.
He said the DeepWind project was part of a plan to "reindustrialise" certain areas through offshore wind.
Pontypridd MP Mr Smith cited his own proposals for PS200bn of investment over five years to rebalance and "reindustrialise" the economy.
Last year during its independence campaign the SNP-controlled Scottish Government outlined plans to rebalance and reindustrialise the Scottish economy and in the next couple of month's its economic development agency Scottish Enterprise is due to publish a manufacturing action plan.
Second, these plans will help to reindustrialise Britain.
Independence will give Scotland control of our own tax system, so we can create more and better jobs for people, and we can reindustrialise Scotland by working to reverse the decline in well-paid manufacturing jobs.
SNP MSP Jamie Hepburn said: "The Scottish Government have detailed plans to invest an extra PS3.6billion in our economy to end austerity and reindustrialise Scotland after a Yes vote.
The Commission counts on regions to reindustrialise Europe through the smart specialisation strategy, a concept not yet implemented
Martin Schulz, president of the European Parliament, reckoned that targeted investment in research and innovation should be promoted to reindustrialise Europe: a priority shared by all speakers.
"That is why I am announcing a new 35 million [pounds sterling] fund to support production of full-scale prototypes of the next-generation offshore wind turbines that will power the renewables revolution, deliver our 2020 vision and reindustrialise Scotland."
THE MARSHALL PLAN WAS NOT A SIMPLE PROGRAMME for transferring massive sums of money to struggling countries, but an explicit--and eventually successful--attempt to reindustrialise Europe, say Erik Reinert and Ha-Joon Chang.