The term premature deindustrialisation
has most commonly been used to describe the structural trajectory of African economies after the 1970s.
Selection of a team leader under the project "Support for the deindustrialisation
of childcare in the Municipality of Novi Pazar" under OPRD 2014-2020
Of particular importance is deindustrialisation
and the shift to a service sector economy.
Many of our towns and cities are still living in the shadow of deindustrialisation
Organisers have promised to establish a legacy for former steelworkers themselves, with elements of the project proposed to focus on the area's deindustrialisation
The loss of even more jobs, this time at Redcar, and the further deindustrialisation
of this country, contrasts with Europe, where they still mine coal, smelt steel and manufacture ships and planes.
THE Wales TUC has launched a major campaign demanding Better Jobs, Closer to Home for Valleys communities which it says are caught in a "perfect storm of deindustrialisation
, recession and austerity".
I have brought the screening to the University of Hudderseld because I come from mining heritage and, a generation on, the legacy of the strike and its subsequent deindustrialisation
in other industries is still rife within every former coaleld community in the country.
If implemented unilaterally, the EU energy target would trigger further deindustrialisation
," observed the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) and "that would run counter to the stated goal of 20% of industry share in Europe's GDP".
The term deindustrialisation
refers to the process of socio-economic changes taking place due to reduction in the industrial capacity and/or the loss of industrial potential of an economy.
A major problem for the UK's regional cities was tackling the legacy of deindustrialisation
, according to O'Neill.
No Tory MP complained in the 1980s when Margaret Thatcher sent the boys in blue to the coalfields as an occupying army, arresting miners in their thousands as they resisted deindustrialisation