Industrial Structure

Some articles on industrial structure, industrial:

Muju County - Economy
... and other industries take up about 50 percent of the industrial structure of Jeollabuk-do, while the remainder is taken up by the order of mining ... For the industrial structure of Muju-gun, primary industry accounts for 52%, secondary industries 2%, and tertiary industries 46% ... Park, tourism, leisure and enterprise city, and Danone Co Ltd’s Muju plant, the industrial structure of Muju undergo a dramatic transformation ...
Progressive Utilization Theory - Other Key Concepts - Economics - General Economy
... General economy consists of two parts Organization of the industrial structure Coordination of economic planning at all levels The overall position of ... Industrial structure PROUT extends the general concept of industry to include all aspects of the agricultural and service sectors as well, arguing that ... Regarding the industrial structure, PROUT advocates a three-tiered approach Key industries are those industries that are essential for the running of other ...
Kunming Economic And Technology Development Zone - Industrial Structure
... The KETDZ has formed the industrial chain with the following major industries as its pillar industries tobacco and related industries IT and electronics manufacturing bio-pharmaceuticals, food processing ...

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