Industrial Development Report 2009

Industrial Development Report 2009

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The report discusses the opportunities and constraints faced by two groups of countries: the countries of the qbottom billionq trying to break into global markets for manufactured goods, and the middle-income countries that are striving to move up to more sophisticated manufacturing. It focuses predominantly on manufacturing, but also discusses resource extraction, which is the other major type of industrialisation in developing countries. Unprecedented changes in the global economy are redefining industrial development. Three aspects of structural change in industry are examined: as industrialisation proceeds, what does it produce, where does locate and werhe is its output sold? The report seeks to understand these processes of structural change, and sets out some policy responses to support breaking in and moving up in the global industrial economy. The reports also reviews industrial activity worldwide, including measures of technological advance, and highlights significant structural differences between and within regions.... Dell manufactures CKD motherboards and assembles computers. Garment manufacturing ... The industrial clusters in south-eastern Brazil, Chennai, Jakarta and Qiaotou, are all dominated by the early stages of manufacturing. The pulp andanbsp;...

Title:Industrial Development Report 2009
Author: United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Publisher:United Nations Publications - 2009

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