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Tamil Nadu Government Organizations

www.tdfc.in - 2 Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation Limited (TIIC) 1949 Chennai Industries Industries Investment Finance State Govt. Undertaking www.tiic.org - 3 Tamil Nadu Power Finance and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (POWERFIN) 1991 Chennai Energy Electricity Finance State Govt. Body NBFC www.tnpowerfinance.com - 4 Tamil Nadu Urban Finance

- Industrial Promotion class "sortable wikitable" style "margin: 1em auto 1em auto;" + ! Sl. No Company Incorporated Headquarters Department Role Type Remarks Website - 1 State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu Limited (SIPCOT) (State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu) 1972 Chennai Industries Large & Medium scale Industries Promotion State Govt. Body www.sipcot.com

- 2 Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation Limited (TIDCO) (TIDCO) 1965 Chennai Industries Industrial Infrastructure Services Finances State Govt. Undertaking NBFC tidco.tn.gov.in - 3 Tamilnadu Small Industries Development Corporation Limited (SIDCO) (Tamilnadu Small Industries Development Corporation Limited) 1970 Chennai Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Small-scale Industries Promotion State Govt


National Recovery Administration

The '''National Recovery Administration''' ('''NRA''') was the primary New Deal agency established by U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) in 1933. The goal was to eliminate "cut-throat competition" by bringing industry, labor and government together to create codes of "fair practices" and set prices. The NRA was created by the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) and allowed industries to get together and write "codes of fair competition."

instability and that government intervention was necessary to balance the interests of farmers, business and labor. The NIRA, which created the NRA, declared that codes of fair competition should be developed through public hearings, and gave the Administration the power to develop voluntary agreements with industries regarding work hours, pay rates, and price fixing. National Recovery Administration. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001

specific sets of codes with leaders of the nation's major industries; the most important provisions were anti-deflationary floors below which no company would lower prices or wages, and agreements on maintaining employment and production. In a remarkably short time, the NRA won agreements from almost every major industry in the nation. According to some conservative economists, the NRA increased the cost of doing business by forty percent. Reed, Lawrence W. http


Ferrol, Galicia

intercensal intercensal.do?search 3&codigoProvincia 15&codigoMunicipio 036&btnBuscarCod Submit+selection INE Archiv Economy # '''Primary Industries (Primary sector of industry)''' – Agriculture (Horse Breeding), Aquaculture (Fish Farming (Fish farming)), Fishing (Specializing in the Atlantic Shoals (Trawling)), Important Mines (Mining) (ENDESA (Endesa Termic)), NTFP (Non-timber forest product)s ( http

: www.forestharvest.org.uk Forest Harvest ), Quarries and Timber. # '''Secondary Industries (Secondary sector of industry)''' – Shipbuilding, Ship Engines (Internal combustion engine), Turbines (Wind turbine) (Wind Mills and Ships), Electrical Equipment (Electronic component), Ironworks, Fashion (Textiles (Fashion design)), Food (Canned Fish (Canning)) and Wood-Made Products (Wood). # '''Tertiary Industries (Tertiary sector of economic activity)''' – Mercantile

Nacional de Educación a Distancia UNED PERITOS (School of Naval and Industrial Engineers)) and Public Utilities, Franchises (Chain store) (main brand names (Brand) and designer label's shops (Designer label)), Wholesale (Navy Suppliers Anton-Martin (Shipping)) and Retail Industries (Retailing) (El Corte Inglés Alcampo (Auchan)). # '''Quaternary Sector Industries (Quaternary sector of industry)''' – New Technologies Demonstrator Programme Naval, Electrical


Ilorin

of Nigeria Ilorin. Commerce The political economy of Kwara State can be traced to 1967 when it was created. Since then the state has undergone various developmental efforts, mostly initiated by the federal government given the nature of the Nigerian state, a centralized federal system where all development policies and programmes originate from the center. Despite its strategic location as the gateway between the southern and northern parts of the country, there are few industries in Kwara State

, make Kwara State rich in primary resources. Despite these favourable conditions, Kwara State has only one or two viable industries, notably Global Soap and Detergent Industries Nigeria Limited and the International Tobacco Company. Successive administrations have attempted to attract industrialists to the state. Several meetings were held with Kwarans both in Lagos and Kaduna, among others, but with little response. However, in spite of the paucity of funds, Governor Bukola Saraki has made

2000 workers. Recently established industries include Dangote Flour Mills, Tuyil Pharmaceutical company, KAMWIL, Golden Confectionate Food Industries, Chellaram Motor-Cycle Assembly plants, and Rajrab Pharmaceuticals. To encourage both local and foreign investors, the state government provides various incentives, such as 100 per cent waiver on statutory payments on land, which was also made available to the Dangote Industries Limited for the flour mill complex. Transport Ilorin's central


Maringá

, services, agro-industries, and universities, including the State University of Maringá. History Toponymy Maringá takes its name from a song by Joubert de Carvalho in honour of his great love, Maria do Ingá, latter shortened to Maringá, that at the time of establishment of the settlement was very popular in the media, thus the city being known as the Song City. Settlement In 1925, the Northern Paraná Land Company was established in London, England

as the Parque do Cinquentenário, private areas and so on. Pollution Proportionally, Maringá has one of the largest fleets per capita of vehicles of Paraná State. Because of it, there are some places of the city with pollution levels above the recommended . Two regions in the city are the biggest problems, they are the avenue Duque de Caxias and Colombo. Industries, pesticides, noise pollution and household waste, also contribute very significantly to the pollution

that handles weaving and agribusiness, but mostly clothing. Big industries such as Cocamar, Coca-Cola, Noma, among others, foster job creation in the region, and even other cities. Metalworking industries serving the entire country and also exports to countries in Latin America a very large range of products. Maringá is the fashion hub in the south of Brazil, with the largest wholesale mall in Latin America, the Mercosul. Recently, Maringá also has been highlighted in the software market


Beloeil, Quebec

, retrieved 2012-03-11 In 1878, industrialization began in Belœil when the Hamilton Powder Company (Canadian Industries Limited) established an explosives factory a little to the south of Belœil-Station, in what would eventually become McMasterville. Côté, Alain; ''Enfin ! Le train arrive à Belœil - Saint-Hilaire'', Société d'histoire de Belœil-Mont-Saint-Hilaire, retrieved 2012-03-11 ref name Richelieu

inhabitants reported being employed, of whom 5565 worked outside the Beloeil region, or 54.7%. Beloeil today is primarily a commuter town for people working in Montreal. The primary industries in terms of employment were the services industry, which employed 51.9% of the population, divided between business services (18.2%), education services and health care services (9.1% of the population each), and other services accounting for the balance

Southeast ''Richelieu River'' Otterburn Park (Otterburn Park, Quebec) Category:Cities and towns in Quebec Category:Incorporated places in Montérégie Est Category:Greater Montreal World War I Canadian Explosives Limited (Canadian Industries Limited) was formed in 1910 to produce rifle cordite, at its Beloeil (Beloeil, Quebec) factory


Nnewi

activities, therefore hosts major banks, and other financial institutions. Industries are dotted around the city and adjoining towns. Palm oil, cosmetics, motor (Engine), and motorcycle spare parts, books, and stationeries, textiles, electric cables, and so on are produced in commercial quantity in the area. Its main trading centers include Nkwo Nnewi market (the largest spare parts market in west Africa) and Nwafor market, Eke Amaobi market, Eke Ochie, Eke Ichi Market, Orie otube Market

, rubber, maize, et cetera. Food crops such as yam, cassava, cocoyam, breadfruit, and three-leaf yam are also produced in large quantities. The location of Nnewi within the tropical rainforest gives it the ecological basis for production of a wide range of tropical agriculture crops with widespread potential for industrial convention. Industries Nnewi is referred to as the ''Japan of Africa'', it is home to many major indigenous manufacturing industries including Ibeto Group of Companies

, Cutix and ADswitch, Uru Industries Ltd, Omata Holdings Ltd, Cento Group of Companies, Coscharis of Companies Group, Innoson Group of Companies, Ebunso Nig. Ltd, John White Industries, Ejiamatu Group of Companies, Chicason Group, Louis Carter Group, etc. The great majority of industrialists in the cluster of spare parts factories in Nnewi are also traders, and most of these traders are producing one or more of the products they specialize in marketing as traders (usually motor vehicle parts


Delhi, Ontario

; where these businesses tend to prosper during the farming months and be vacant buildings during the winter. Two manufacturing plants once were located here; Delhi Industries and Delhi Foundry, Delhi Metal Products, . They both closed due to the changing Canadian economy that emphasized more on service jobs than jobs in traditional manufacturing fields. Delhi Industries lasted until the midst of the Canadian economic recession (Great Recession) when it closed down on March 2010; terminating 61

Canadian jobs on a permanent basis. They once made fans and blowers for industrial operations in the region. Lake Erie Warehousing is currently located in the former Delhi Industries building; it provides industrial customers in Southern Ontario with vital logistics, trucking and storage services. ref

is considered to be a farming community while Gilbertville is considered to be a working-class hamlet with some agriculture-related industries nearby. Prior to the amalgamation of Norfolk County, the population of the former Township of Delhi was 16,365 in the Canada 2001 Census.


Pascagoula, Mississippi

, Pascagoula is home to the state’s largest employer, Ingalls Shipbuilding, owned by Huntington Ingalls Industries. Other major industries include one of the largest Chevron refineries in the country; Signal International, an oil platform builder; and Mississippi Phosphates. Naval Station Pascagoula was located on Singing River Island, and was homeport to several Navy warships, as well as a large Coast Guard (United States Coast Guard) contingent. However, Naval Station Pascagoula

Shipbuilding''' is a shipyard located in Pascagoula, Mississippi, USA, originally established in 1938, and is now part of Huntington Ingalls Industries. It is a leading producer of ships for the US Navy, and at 10,900 employees, the largest private employer in Mississippi. *Northrop Grumman Newport News, (formerly Newport News Shipbuilding & Drydock Company) is the largest private ship builder in the US (United States) and the one best known for its unique capacity

coast of the United States. Commissioning USS ''Bonhomme Richard'' (LHD-6) departed its building yard, Ingalls Shipbuilding division of Litton Industries, Pascagoula, Mississippi, on 8 August 1998, sailing into Pensacola Harbor at Naval Air Station Pensacola for commissioning activities and culminating with the main ceremony, which was held on Saturday, 15 August 1998. After seeing the potentially damaging effects on the state's image and business climate, Johnson worked to tone


Dalhousie, New Brunswick

adjustment. Due to the closure of this mill, hundreds were left without work in the local economy and were forced to move. The mill has since been completely demolished. Following the closure of the pulp and paper mill in 2008, Pioneer Chemicals closed a processing plant on the western edge of the town. As a result of the closures of these industries, the New Brunswick East Coast Railway and its subsequent owner CN Rail announced that it was declaring the railway spur into the town

and some mining activity. Moncton was a centre for railways and has changed its focus to becoming a multi-modal transportation centre with associated manufacturing and retail interests. The Halifax metropolitan area has come to dominate peninsular Nova Scotia as a retail and service centre, but that province's industries were spread out from the coal and steel industries of industrial Cape Breton (Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia) and Pictou (Pictou County, Nova Scotia) counties, the mixed

practical snow blower. In 1925 Sicard completed his first prototype, based on a concept he described in 1894. He founded Sicard Industries in Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec and by 1927 his vehicles were in use removing snow from the roadways of the town of Outremont (Outremont (borough)), now a borough of Montreal. His company is now a division of SMI-Snowblast, Inc. of Watertown, New York.


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