de-industrialization

de-industrialization

a sustained fall in the proportion of national output accounted for by the industrial (manufacturing, construction, etc.) sector of the economy. See STRUCTURE OF INDUSTRY.
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As a backgrounder, the term 'Dutch disease' refers to the de-industrialization of a country when the discovery of a natural resource abundance makes the said country dependent on the exploitation and exportation of the said resource to the neglect of manufacturing.
By the first measure of de-industrialization (an actual drop in manufacturing value added) one cannot say that Pakistan is de-industrializing based on the data available.
Zahid Shinwari had raised point that by giving more concessions under free trade agreements to different countries is causing de-industrialization in the country due to slump in business and because of this practice imports are also increasing.
Rather than follow the economic growth seen in Asia and elsewhere, over the past 30 years, Africa has suffered from stagnation and de-industrialization.
Dr Michael RM Ward, a social scientist based in the College of Human and Health Sciences, won the "Society for Educational Studies highly commended prize Book Prize 2016" for his ethnographic book From Labouring to Learning: Working-class Masculinities, Education and De-Industrialization.
Moreover, a continuous process of de-agriculturalization and de-industrialization has deformed the structure of the Palestinian economy, the report maintains.
He, however, said the spiralling economic instability and de-industrialization would soon come to end with restoration of sustainable peace.
There is special focus on efforts by industry, the state legislature, economic development agencies, and history museums to prevent the decline and de-industrialization of MinnesotaAEs Iron Range and the communityAEs response to globalization and marginalization.
Put another way, while both the Pope and our president use their historic meeting to sell a global plan for de-carbonizing the world's economy, President Xi understands why de-carbonization is a euphemism for de-industrialization, a plan that China, India and two-thirds of the world can't afford.
1% in 2007 to 19% in 2014, which signals the de-industrialization process, but skewed amongst its member states.
By amending the restrictive economic provisions of our Constitution, we empower Congress to enact laws that will attract the kind of investments that will reverse the de-industrialization and de-agriculturization of our economy, he said.
Crucially, it represented a complete reversal of its predecessor, the Morgenthau Plan, which focused on de-industrialization -- with poor results.