Industrialization led to a burst in population for European countries (primarily Western).
Eastern Europe did not industrialize the same time as Western Europe did. This is because they were opposed to industrialization as well as the West tried to prevent the spread of industrialization. Eastern Europe has been going through massive industrialization for the past couple of decades, however, which is why the economy of Eastern Europe has been changing dramatically.
The opening of new markets and availability of labor created the demand for inventions that sparked industrialization in Europe.
The production of steel
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No steps are being taken to stop industrialisation in Europe.
William I of the Netherlands adopted a variety of programs to encourage industrialization, while Belgium was a colony.
The Napoleonic wars and French revolution impacted the industrialization of the Continental Europe. The disrupted the economy by halting trade and interrupting communications.