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reindustrialisation

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  • noun Alternative spelling of reindustrialization.

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Examples

  • Michael Heseltine, for one, saw it in terms of having a massive shakeout, and then pouring huge investment into reindustrialisation in a context of European integration and a low sterling/mark rate.

    The Economic Consequences of Mr. Hugh | afoe | A Fistful of Euros | European Opinion

  • In a speech timed to coincide with a National Front meeting in September, a member of Sarkozy's UMP called for the reindustrialisation of France.

    Reuters: Top News

  • He said that many industrialised countries were punting the so-called 'Green New Deal', which was all about greening the global reindustrialisation process in the wake of the financial crisis.

    Engineering News | Home

  • He said that many industrialised countries were punting the so-called 'Green New Deal', which was all about greening the global reindustrialisation process in the wake of the financial crisis.

    Engineering News | Home

  • The reindustrialisation will cost $17 trillion worldwide by 2050, of which $7 trillion will go towards renewable energy technologies and the rest towards energy efficiency, low-carbon agriculture and sustainable forestry.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • The last, best and most palatable option is to join the euro, and fight a referendum campaign on it being our get-out-of-jail-free card - a means of avoiding de facto national bankruptcy and emasculation of the property-owning middle class while offering a route to reindustrialisation and underwriting the City of London.

    Latest financial, market & economic news and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • The last, best and most palatable option is to join the euro, and fight a referendum campaign on it being our get-out-of-jail-free card - a means of avoiding de facto national bankruptcy and emasculation of the property-owning middle class while offering a route to reindustrialisation and underwriting the City of London.

    British Blogs

  • The City hated it, but, by 1951, 20 years of 'proud finance being humbled', as Winston Churchill had put it, had prompted Britain's partial reindustrialisation.

    Personal finance and money news, analysis and comment | guardian.co.uk

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