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Economic

TermDefinition
Assisted Area an area that receives government help to attract industry
Capital Intensive an industry that spends a lot of money on equipment and machinery, and employs few workers
Enterprise Zone a small area that receives special government help to attract industry e.g. FDI (Foreign direct investment)
Extractive Industry quarrying and mining
Footloose Industry An industry that is not tied to a particular location
Greenfield Site land that has not previously been built on
Heavy industry making large, heavy goods using raw materials such as coal and iron e.g. shipbuilding
High Tech industry An industry one that uses advanced equipment to make goods e.g. computer chips
Industrial Estate a planned industrial area, often with ready made factory units
Industrial Inertia when an industry stays in an area after the reasons for it being there have gone
Labour intensive an industry that requires a lot of workers
Light Industry making small goods with small amounts of raw materials e.g. jewellery
1. Primary industry An industry which collects resources provided by nature e.g. farming, forestry, fishing and mining (Take)
Quaternary industry one which provides information and advice e.g. research laboratory
Raw Materials items used to make another product , raw materials come from the primary sector
Secondary Industry a manufacturing industry (makes products)
Service industry provides a service to people or other industries e.g. transport, retail. Also known as tertiary industry (serve)
Sunrise Industry a new, growing industry e.g. electronics
Sunset Industry an old, declining industry e.g. shipbuilding
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