A number of economic activities can often be seen in newly industrialized country. Since this country also has commercial industries, such as department stores, here is a sampling of the new economic activities:
A. More borrowing and lending activities;
B. Increased trade with other nations;
C. In some cases new immigrants from nearby countries may come there to work;
D. Better working conditions, higher employment, and improvements in health care; and
E. Higher taxation by the country's central government.
Improvements in safety and commercial flights were introduced
A farm or crop subsidy
According to my textbook, the seven major economic goals that most Americans agree on are as follow: Economic freedom Economic efficiency Economic equity Economic security Full employment Price stability Economic growth
They sought to reduce taxes and limit government regulation of industry in order to promote economic growth.
No, there is not much industry in London. It is more of a business/ commercial/ finance area with many offices.
The most important are industry and agriculture.
Tourism provides 50% of the Bahamas industry.
Commercial activities are those that occur in a commercial enterprise. Examples include a jobs in the snack food industry, a trucking firm, or a mail order company.
"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)
-Tourism -Trading -Food Restaurant -Fashion Industry etc,,
a. light industry b. service and tourism c. construction
It groups establishments into industries according to their primary economic activities
The development of industry on an extensive scale
My Love "Industry" is not a verb. It is a noun. however, you may make its verb like " industrialize" and then its past and participle forms like " Industrialized" , " Industrialized"
An industrialized nation has manufacturing and service industries more than agricultural industry. It has big cities and technological advances.