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He further mentioned that mineral beneficiation, agro- processing and pharmaceuticals were key sectors for the implementation of the SADC industrialisation Strategy and Roadmap.
CPEC will greatly speed up the industrialisation and urbanisation process in Pakistan and help it grow into a highly inclusive, globally competitive and prosperous country capable of providing high-quality life to its citizens.
The environment also benefits from the establishment of agricultural industrialisation by recycling agricultural wastes, Roshdy said and that the industry is inherently labour intensive.
He said, The PIEDMC CEO has also signed Memorandums of Understanding with Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Rahim Yar Khan, Vehari, Gujrat and Bahawalpur for industrialisation.
Our industrialisation strategy is designed with exactly this in mind as we recognise that skills and location are often intrinsically linked.
However, the continent has a dismal record on industrialisation.
We must also make sure that our industrialisation is not lop sided towards happening only in the urban areas.
Foster [1] defines industrialisation essentially as an organisational process--continuity of production implying a steady flow of demand; standardisation; integration of the different stages of the whole production process; a high degree of organisation of work; mechanisation to replace human labour wherever possible; research and organised experimentation integrated with production.
Hoshino attributes Mexico's shift from import substitution industrialisation (ISI) to neo-liberalism, and also to the economic crises of 1982, 1987, and 1994.
The Industrialisation and Production memorandum of understanding (MoU) had been agreed to in 1998.
However, considering the relatively late industrialisation of the Spanish industrial sector as well as the ongoing modernisation initiatives and infrastructure investments to ensure compliance with European Union regulations, the Spanish electric drives market is expected to show the fastest growth between 2005 and 2012.
Members of the media are invited to the 2nd Southern African Development Community (SADC) Industrialisation Week that will be hosted by South Africa under the theme Partnering with the Private Sector in Developing Industry and Regional Value Chains.