Example sentences for: industrialization

How can you use “industrialization” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Becker, Beijing bureau chief for the South China Morning Post , describes in gory detail how Mao Tse-tung's industrialization program, the Great Leap Forward of 1958, created a devastating famine--30 million dead, more than the combined tolls of Hitler and Stalin.

  • Much of Southern industrialization took place outside metropolitan areas, encouraging development of a company-town mentality and hindering industry-wide organizing.

  • In fact, the treaty does shield the developing world on the grounds that advanced economies like the United States and Europe have already harvested more than their share of the gains from industrialization.

  • And as long as you have no realistic alternative to industrialization based on low wages, to oppose it means that you are willing to deny desperately poor people the best chance they have of progress for the sake of what amounts to an aesthetic standard--that is, the fact that you don't like the idea of workers being paid a pittance to supply rich Westerners with fashion items.

  • Meanwhile, the city had gone about its business, devoting its energies to industrialization.


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