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  • verb Alternative spelling of reindustrialize.


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re- +‎ industrialise


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  • It is, at its most simplistic, that France must regain its former glory; it must reindustrialise to make things and create jobs; it must dump the euro and throw up barriers against immigration, cheap imports and external interference; France must come first.

    The Guardian World News

  • The original Marshall Plan was America's strategy to reinvigorate a war-ravaged Europe by pumping in money to allow countries to rebuild, reindustrialise and remove trade barriers. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Capitalism has metamorphised our desires, we cannot go back, we cannot reindustrialise.

    Sonic Truth

  • Le Monde said recently we have to get rid of financialisation and reindustrialise - this is stupid!

    Sonic Truth

  • "For the Australian people, the collapse of the globalised monetary system is good news: we can dump the policies that have destroyed our industrial economy, and we can rebuild and reindustrialise. Current News - Top Stories


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