What does industrial development mean?
Industrial development refers to the developing of one specific trade, or industry. For example, one specific industry that is in a branch by itself is the textile industry.
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The development and changes in industries all depend on what kind of industry it is. For example the technology industry is devolping quite significantly as technology is becoming a utility everyone is starting to use on a daily basis.
Industry uses fuel that it burns to heat water, to then create steam and turn turbines for electricity. Burning this fuel releases harmful chemicals like carbon monoxide and sulphur into the atmosphere. a good example is coal, when burning coal, carbon dioxide and sulphur dioxide and other crap is r…eleased into the atmosphere. These gases damage the ozone (a protective layer of gases in the atmosphere that protect the earth from the suns ultraviolet rays) layer. so the more industry you have and you develop, the more of these gases are going to be released into the atmosphere. (MORE)
During the 1960s and 1970s, light industry expanded rapidly-especially textiles, sugar refining, fertilizers, and othermanufactures derived from local raw materials. Large governmentinvestments in the 1970s established the country's firstlarge-scale ship-building and steel milling operations; thepro…duction of chemical fertilizers was also given specialgovernment support. The Pakistan Industrial Development Corp.,established in the early 1980s with IDA credit, developedindustrial estates for small- and medium-scale industries,assisting their occupants in obtaining credit, raw materials,technical and managerial assistance, access to productionfacilities, as well as marketing support. Despite steady overallindustrial growth during the 1980s, the sector remains concentratedin cotton processing, textiles, food processing and petroleumrefining. The 1973 nationalization program, which placed 10 basic industrieswholly within the public sector, was reversed in 1991 with theenactment of an ambitious privatization program. In 1992, thegovernment began auctioning off majority control in nearly allpublic sector industrial enterprises, including those manufacturingchemicals, fertilizers, engineering products, petroleum products,cement, automobiles, and other industrial products requiring a highlevel of capital investment, to private investors. In 1995,however, the speed of privatization began to slow as the sale ofsome large state-owned units were stalled and postponed. In 2002,the public industrial sector, under the Production Wing of theMinistry of Industries and Production consisted of eight publicholding companies-Pakistan Steel, the State Cement Corporation(PACO), Federal Chemical and Ceramics Corporation (FCCC), StatePetroleum Refining and Petrochemical Corporation (PERAC), StateEngineering Corporation (SEC), the Pakistan Industrial DevelopmentCorporation (PIDC), the state fertilizer corporation and PakistanAutomobile Corporation. The majority of the 74 productionenterprises controlled by these holding companies have beenprivatized, and most of those remaining are scheduled to be sold.The public sector continues to dominate in steel, heavyengineering, automobiles, petroleum and defense-related production. Cotton textile production is the most important of Pakistan'sindustries, accounting for about 19% of large-scale industrialemployment, and 60% of total exports in 2000/01. Pakistan hasbecome self-sufficient in cotton fabrics and exports substantialquantities. Some long and extra-long staple cotton is imported tomeet demand for finer cottons. About 80% of the textile industry isbased on cotton, but factories also produce synthetic fabrics,worsted yarn and jute textiles. Jute textile output amounted to70,100 tons in 1999/00. The textile industry as a whole employsabout 38% of the industrial work force, accounts for 8.5% of GDP,31% of total investment, and 27% of industrial value-added. Other important industries include food processing, chemicalsmanufacture, and the iron and steel industries. Food processing isconsidered Pakistan's largest industry, accounting for slightlymore than 27 of value-added production. Pakistan Steel, thecountry's only integrated steel mill, employs about 14,500 workersand has an annual production capacity of 1.1 million tons. Thegovernment plans to expand the mill's annual capacity to 3 milliontons. Pakistan Steel produces coke, pig iron, billets, hot and coldrolled coils and sheets, and galvanized sheets. In June 1999, thefirst tin-plating plant began operation, a joint venture withJapan. Pakistan has ten fertilizer plants, six state-owned and fourprivate, with a total annual production capacity of 4.65 milliontons. Production in 2000/01 was 3.66 million tons, up 10.5% from1999/00. There are 21 cement plants, four state-owned and 17private, with an annual production capacity of 19.2 million tons.Production in 1999/00 was 9.9 million tons., up 4% from 1999/98.Pakistan's chemical industry produces an number of basic chemicalsused in its other industries, including soda ash, caustic soda andsulfuric acid. Industrial output from other major industries alsoincludes refined sugar, vegetable ghee, urea, rubber tubes,electric motors, electrical consumer products (light bulbs, airconditioners, fans refrigerators, freezers, TV sets, radios, andsewing machines), and pharmaceuticals (MORE)
Answer . Industrial means technology in big companies.. Answer . Industrial means technology in big companies.
"industry " means the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications" (This is out of the dictionary)
When someone mentions industry, they usually mean a collection orenterprises where the policies of production are made. It is anorganization or group of people who are engaged in commercialenterprise. Industry also means the process and action of makinggoods for commercial use.
The car industry itself, originated in Germany with Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler in the 1880's with the invention of the first Mercedes Benz. The firm Benz & Cie was founded in October of 1883 in a German town named Mannheim, shortly after that DMG (Daimler- Motoren-Gesellschaft) was formed (Novem…ber of 1890) These two comapnies merged into what we now know as Mercedes Benz, the longest standing continuously produced vehicle in the world. (MORE)
A nanometer is a unit of measurement equivalent to one billionth ofa meter. To easily comprehend that, imagine an item that is 80,000times smaller than the width of the human hair, that's how small ananometer is. It is from this unit of measure that the industrycreating very tiny machines got its na…me from, Nanotechnology. (MORE)
the army == Usually industrial revolution refers to establishment of factories using heavy machinery to do jobs formerly done by hand, for examples mills to spin thread and weave cloth.
Industrialization was a time of change that led to the development of new ideas and machinery. It also led to more efficent development of new products. Industrialization was very important and helped our world move forward, helping us to get where we are today.
The recent development in banking industry is use of technology.This allows for use of mobile and internet banking conveniently.
The Industrial Revolution was characterized by the use of machinesto do work that humans and animals had previously done. It led tomass manufacturing and railroad transport.
The travel and tourism industry has developed significantly allover the world. Technology has been introduced in the sector toprovide convenience like Internet reservations and ticketing amongother things.
Industrialized can be defined as an economy that is based on manufacturing as opposed to an agricultural economy based on farmlands & farm products. The leading economic countries are industialized.
industry makes things that can be used within the country and sold to other countries for goods that are not locally or locally economically available. if a country does not have an industry then it will not generate the interest necessary to take advantage of the advances made in other countries wh…ich in turn leads to ignorance poverty and religious fundamentalism. (MORE)
there were factors that helped the cattle industry the Railroads the indians the us army the comboys john iiif
Basically Industrial development means developing industries i.e. improving there mechanism, introducing machines to increase there efficiency. This can also refer to Introducing new industries. Please if there are some mistakes in the answer Forgive me. Thank you.
Machines to do the tedious work that men, women, and children weredoing. These machines powered first by water, then steam and eventually byelectricity.
The development of the cattle industry is when new breeds are imported into a country, ranchers and farmers expand their herds, and new breeds are created. More people demand beef and dairy products close to home, and these ranchers, farmers, dairy farmers (as well as the feedlot/finishers and meat …packers) have to grow to meet these demands. Individual herd sizes increased as the population grew, as what happened in the 19th century. (MORE)
Egypt is a newly industrialized country developed - Canada newly industrialized - Egypt developing - Sudan
by the 1300 the most important trading partner of Flanders was England, Flemish traders set up shop in the dockyards of London. They relied on the English shepherds to supply them with wool to be made into cloth. The finished cloth was then shipped back to England. In this way, the Flemish developed… an international industry. . (MORE)
One of the advantages of industrialization is that it has made itpossible for people to do things easily with help of things likemachines and roads. A disadvantage of industrial development isthat it has caused a lot of harm to nature as toxic wastes spillover to water bodies and natural habitats.
To discuss the development of industrial sociology, you shouldstart at the beginning and go through the development of it. Youshould include different theories and the highlights of thedevelopment of industrial sociology, as well as how it is usedtoday.
Industrialization is the concept of using technology to better humanity as a whole more efficiently. What we have seen and have known, is the devastating aftermath of the human ability of evil. Corporations is the physical manifestation of this. So yes, industrialization in itself like any other …concept is positive - its the choices we then make that will affect all of us either positively or negatively but all are affected. (MORE)
Industries look for plentiful water, stable infrastructure,population to support labor needs, and transportation diversity.The geography of an area is one of the first things an developmentteam will look at when choosing a site.
DEVELOPMENT OF FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY. The first thing we have to know is to learn how industry came about. This will help you understand the industry better and will aid you in protecting the future of the food service industry.. Early history of hospitality industry which dated from ancient Greec…e chronicled the practice of providing food and lodging to strangers, whether these travelers were out for religious, trade, military or diplomatic purposes, they needed to eat and rest. Thus, the food industry sprouted in many places just like railroads, highways, sea cruising ships, and air transports. Through the years, food services are no longer reserved or travelers and at inns and hotels alone. The food service industry has now become part of public and private places.. We are living in the period of great changes. Due to the applications of scientific research the pace of change has been accelerated. Technology is continuously bringing a lot of contributions to the growth of the food industry. Due to the hectic lives of most people nowadays, food preparation has become a time consuming chore which prompted people to buy food at take-out counters or fast food chains. Here are some current trends which developed in the present day living: . 1. Putting up of more fast food service types in commercial districts and shopping malls. 2. Franchising. 3. Putting up of automated vending machines and the selling of food products. 4. The introduction of new and more convenient food products. 5. The development of modern food service equipment that facilities food preparation and cooking. 6. The use of disposable ware from paper products to plastic ware , and now ,products made of Styrofoam. 7. Food delivery service system makes food readily available for meetings and parties for people who are just too busy to go out and buy their own food. 8. More advanced ways of advertising and promoting food services that attract customers. 9. Development of industrial and institutional food services such as school lunch programs, airline catering, and hospital food service. (MORE)
The broadcast industry was first pioneered by Canadian inventor,Reginald Fessenden. He is also known as the Father of RadioBroadcasting.
the competition around is very important because that effects the price and that effects on how much customers you get also you need to be based in a good area like around schools so when people are going to and from the school they will go to the shop and buy something in emergency. hope this helpe…d give me a trust point a nd i will give you a few more. :D (MORE)
the demand for more food increased and this prompted more universities to ask for the services of other companies to occupy and operate some of their food and units... food services in schools are now successfully functioning and have become an integral part of the school program
Some developments in the field of fuel for the transport industryinclude bio-diesel fuels that are partly man-made and not organicin nature. Cleaner burning fuels are being developed all the time.Many new trucks in the transport industry also have theintroduction of DEF that burns along with diesel …for a cleanerenvironment. DEF stands for Diesel Efficient Fuel. (MORE)
From the 1920s onwards, the women's apparel industry developed along the lines of small, privately-owned, single-product firms. By the late 1950s, things began to change as larger, publicly-held, multi-product firms started.
By the late 1840s, general insurance laws began to come into effect, and in 1851 the state of New Hampshire established the first regulatory body to examine the affairs of insurance companies.
Industry to the nation is extremely important. Without industries, our country will not make progress. It is on the record that only those nations are on top who are also on top in the industrialization.
Industrialized is the past tense of industrialization. It meanssomething that has been advanced or made easy by the use ofmachines. For example many factories are industrialized.
the Otis-dominated elevator industry kept pace with developments of its own, introducing the hydraulic elevator in 1878, the electric elevator in 1889, and the gearless traction electric elevator in 1903.
The business machine industry emerged from the industrial revolution in the latter part of the nineteenth century.
They are making the move from oil money to tourism money. They are trying to create an even more extravagant Las Vegas on the other side of the world. They do have the advantage of being near water though, so there's that as an attraction
because in there is lacking of entrepreneur. but in there is more cash money . but it lazy in bank. the people of sylhet are not ready to take risk at this time. They fill squired to deposit money in bank.
The most talked about and recent development is the deployment of 4G LTE. WiMAX and LTE were once thought to become competitive technologies for wireless spectrum broadband. WiMax networks are now converting to LTE for encrypted broadband Internet access. This is big considering more and more mobile… users are deploying VoIP from their laptops and phone devices along with the increased consumption of bandwidth in the commercial and consumer markets. (2012) (MORE)
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a food can b developed by improving quality..... By the research.... They can divide the customer in the segment according to need or other specific information nd knowledge....!
fertilizer how became more advance the have been able to grow plant much faster , and increase the sizes of plants. a fertilizer is a plant grow with specific chemicals that promote plant grow , over the years more stable chemicals have been added to increase the growth strength....
Banking plays various roles pending the size of the bank and the nature of the investment. Also, if local municipal level, foreign and or global interests/government interests are involved with industrial development. At a municipal level a zoning of area for industrial business must be enacted. Usu…ally a municipal will either self support and or acquire grant funding at either state or federal levels. The banks usually act as holding and reporting agents for the money's allocated and must have the proper approval to deal with non-for-profit reporting in bank transactions used as a third party reporting agent. Other times they act as agents in bond share sales for funding industrial development in an area. If global interests are involved then the matter gets more complicated with state, federal regulations so normally either a major national bank or international bank with license to deal in foreign currency adjustments as well as accounting/reporting international standards are required. In some cases the U.S. and or local state treasury is involved as well as tax regulating agencies if industrial bonds are issued to finance industrial development per a municipal desire attract new business to the region for economic development. Some of these bond features may enact both non-taxable earnings at either a local or state level. Banks can also back these investments for a stake or share in returns on these new economic developments. It varies region to region or even nations involved but first and foremost most banks do place bids and approvals to play apart of economical development and must perform per limitations and restrictions placed such as economic development standards in finance management and reporting for tax allocation as well as accurate reporting of funds transfers via several financial supporting forces either independent investors buying bonds, corporate investments, government investments and still maintain the requirements of regulating bodies such as the IRS, State or local tax department, SEC and etc. . Municipal Bonds - tax free investments at local tax or state level pending approval . State Bonds - tax free investments at state level (void of state taxes upon cash value returns) The most commons is operations of a temporary accounts by funds from grants and the checkbook payments for use in reporting is much more detailed in most cases they have a pre-release schedule of funds as soon as approvals are met in states of development. With original contractor bids in which case some banks act as analysts of bids weighting plans of development and the cost estimates as moderators in approval for some smaller municipals seeking to engage in developing their own industrial commercial zones. While other banks enable an access of global companies expanding into regions in outsource industrial operations financing. . Some bids for contractors enabling development may be accepted via the muncipal & the bank pending if a bank's analyst are used to weight bids accuracy for projected costs and time schedules. As some municipals hire banking agents for this evaluation in contract approvals of the finances needed to complete industrial development projects. . The most compelling works are usually in enacting as marketing agents to collect capital investments for developing the base infrastructures enabling a region to have it's own industrial commerce zone. Only a few banks engage in this work and even have the access to garner investments from foreign investors and even governments. Some even have staffed grant writers and developers per hire this is common in some international banks aiding outside foreign investments. . Again this varies pending the type of industrial commerce a region wishes to develop whether manufacturing, processing local raw resources and it's restraint such as is this a regional based business or a major global business engaged in imports and exports. (MORE)
Most people cut down trees in the forest to build houses, factories ,e.t.c. on that land
\n. Because the dominant trade was cotton, and the growers saw themselves as a rural aristocracy, discouraging their sons from soiling their hands in industry and commerce.
One cow at a time. Don't take much to look this up. it is supply and demand. Texas had many cows roaming and therefore could supply the demand on the east side of the Mississippi.
To change to industrial methods or to adapt to methods of production and manufacturing like to change.
This is set out in government's Economic Programme of Action, whereIndustrial Development Zones (IDZs) are created in order toencourage increased levels.
Because coal and iron ore were available in that area as well aseasy access to the sea.
process in which a society or country (or world) transforms itselffrom a primarily agricultural society into one based on themanufacturing of goods and services