Meaning of reindustrialization in English:

reindustrialization

(British reindustrialisation)

Pronunciation /riːɪndʌstrɪəlʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

See reindustrialize

‘The Soviet blockade of Berlin was triggered by Allied currency reforms opposed by Josef Stalin as a step toward unification and reindustrialization of the American, British, and French occupation zones of Germany.’
  • ‘His work is a surprising combination of science and art, the mundane and the dramatic, perhaps reflecting the reindustrialization following the war and the infiltration of technology into everyday life.’
  • ‘In Brockville, Canada, an element of reindustrialization of the the company's operations was achieved through the management's buyout of part of the product range produced there.’
  • ‘Close attention is paid throughout the volume to the related processes of deindustrialization and reindustrialization, as well as to the role that immigrants have played in both processes.’
  • ‘Economic historians of modern India have long had an ideological stake in topics like ‘reindustrialisation’ and ‘commercialisation’.’