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  • n. The fact of making something more native; transformation of some service, idea etc. to suit a local culture, especially through the use of more indigenous people in administration, employment etc.
  • n. The capability to manufacture a product, or supply a service independently within a country instead of relying on foreign manufactures or suppliers.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

From indigenous +‎ -ization.


  • This is one of the inherent risks of "indigenization" - and in this case, the risk came back to bite Australia.

    Defense Industry Daily

  • A multiparty legal committee has rejected draft laws on mine ownership and is set to send other so-called "indigenization" rules back to the drawing board.

    Zimbabwe Lawmakers Reject ‘Indigenization’ Regulations

  • A so-called indigenization program has heightened tensions between the government and the white minority, with politicians accusing white businesses of failing to advance blacks into responsible posts.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The new so-called indigenization law "recognizes the sovereign right of ownership," he tells crowds at the 50,000 seat Chinese-built sports stadium in Harare.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • The so-called indigenization and empowerment act was passed in 2008, when parliament was still dominated by Mugabe's lawmakers. rss feed

  • The new so-called indigenization law "recognizes our sovereign right of ownership," Mugabe told crowds at the 50,000 seat Chinese-built sports stadium in Harare.

    The Seattle Times

  • Recently, in her study of the Ming migration to Yunnan, Lu Ren began an interrogation of the term yunnanren, and used the term tuzhuhua to conceptualize the settlement of immigrants. 169 The word tuzhuhua literally means "indigenization" or "indigenizing."

    Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)

  • National minorities were recognized: the government brought in a policy of "indigenization" now called affirmative action, and published and offered services in 44 languages.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • And their departure is likely to be accelerated as the Mugabe government encourages fresh invasions of farms and businesses under its "indigenization" plan.

    Time To Go?

  • Protests this week in Zimbabwe's capital saw small Nigerian-owned shops looted by President Robert Mugabe’s loyalists, who say their demonstrations were in support of so-called indigenization laws.

    Zimbabwe Economy Hurt by Uncertainty About Indigenization Law


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