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Andijan

established in the city during that period. After Soviet (Soviet Union) rule was established in late December 1917, both light (Light industry) and heavy (Heavy industry) industries developed significantly. Andijan became the first city in Uzbekistan to be fully supplied with natural gas. Andijan remains an important industrial city in independent Uzbekistan. There are 48 large industrial plants and about 3,000 small and medium enterprises in the city


Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Canal and later the Pennsylvania Railroad allowed Harrisburg to become one of the most industrialized cities in the Northeastern United States. The U.S. Navy (United States Navy) ship USS ''Harrisburg'' (USS Harrisburg), which served from 1918 to 1919 at the end of World War I, was named in honor of the city. In the mid-to-late 20th century, the city's economic fortunes fluctuated with its major industries consisting of government, Heavy industry heavy manufacturing


Kharkiv

organisation which Podgorny had previously headed, but also its management of the economy. By indirectly criticising Podgorny, the article raised doubts about his qualifications as a leading member of the Soviet leadership. Podgorny launched a counterattack in his 1965 speech in Baku, Azerbaijani Soviet Socialist Republic, were he criticised the Soviet leadership's heavy industrial policy (heavy industry). This, as it turned out, would be a move he would regret for life. Instead


Baku

, but also its management of the economy. By indirectly criticising Podgorny, the article raised doubts about his qualifications as a leading member of the Soviet leadership. Podgorny launched a counterattack in his 1965 speech in Baku, Azerbaijani Soviet Socialist Republic, were he criticised the Soviet leadership's heavy industrial policy (heavy industry). This, as it turned out, would be a move he would regret for life. Instead of offending just Brezhnev and Shelepin, he offended the whole


Nanjing

of the manufacturing and agriculture industry. One third of the city population worked in the service industry, while prostitution, drugs and gambling also thrived. In the 1950s, the CPC invested heavily in Nanjing to build a series of state-owned heavy industries (heavy industry), as part of the national plan of rapid industrialization. Electrical, mechanical, chemical and steel factories were established successively, converting Nanjing into a heavy industry production centre of East China. WikiPedia:Nanjing commons:南京


Shanghai


India

industry heavy industries such as Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Indian Telephone Industries (ITI), Hindustan Machine Tools and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) after India gained independence (Indian Independence Movement) from Great Britain in 1947. In the past three decades, the establishment and success of high technology firms in Bengaluru has led to the growth of Information Technology (IT) (information technology) in India. IT firms in Bangalore employ about 35% of India's pool of 10 lakh (1 million) IT professionals and account for the highest IT-related exports in the country Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Tokyo

The '''Nippon Kangyo Bank, Ltd.''' 株式会社日本勧業銀行 Kabushiki-gaisha Nippon Kangyō Ginkō extra lit. Japan Bank for Encouragement of Industry was founded in 1897 as a governmental institution providing long-term light industrial (light industry) and agricultural (agriculture) loans under the ''Nippon Kangyo Bank Act'' of 1896. The Industrial Bank of Japan was also founded in 1902, providing long-term heavy industrial (heavy industry) loans. Nippon Kangyo Bank had offices only


France

envisaged coöperation among European states in the economic domain on the basis of a German-French understanding. Lejeune-Jung floated the idea for a European market in which such sectors as the potash industry, heavy industry, the automobile industry and the electrical industry would play a central rôle. He had not, however, overlooked the protectionist (protectionism) mindset that French (France) economic leaders and politicians displayed during discussions about concrete measures, which only bore on a customs union limited to agricultural products, anyway. An inherent problem with the term, however, is the tendency of its use by practitioners who define it to fit their argument. Understanding Social Exclusion, ed. Hills, Le Grand & Piachaud 2002, Oxford University Press) It is a term used widely in the United Kingdom and Europe, and was first utilized in France. Hilary Silver, “Social Exclusion and Social Solidarity.” International Labour Review 133, nos. 5-6 (1994): 531-78. It is used across disciplines including education, sociology, psychology, politics and economics. In May 2009, GivesMeHope (GMH) was founded by Spartz and his then-future wife, Gaby Montero, in response to the popular site, FMyLife (FML), itself a spin-off of popular French (France) website Viedemerde.fr (:fr:Viedemerde.fr). Matt Sullivan. ''Esquire'': "GivesMeHope.com: When Bankruptcy, Plane Crashes, and Mondays Get You Down" June 1, 2009. Exhausted by the negativity of the media, they created GivesMeHope. ''WSBT Evening News (CBS 22)'': "Need some good news?" Jul 16, 2009. The two refer to the site as "Chicken Soup for the Soul – the 21st Century, Twitter-style version." On the site, people share with the world their most hopeful, uplifting moments while answering the question, "what gives you hope?" Emerson Spartz, Gaby Montero. ''GivesMeHope'': "About GMH" On GivesMeHope, users share true stories of kindness and generosity. They are usually inspiring, sentimental and "heartbreakingly sweet." Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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