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New industries suggested to second industrial survey of South Wales.

Young, Terence economic adviser.

New industries suggested to second industrial survey of South Wales.

by Young, Terence economic adviser.

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Published by National Industrial Development Council of Wales and Monmouthshire in Cardiff .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Second industrial survey of South Wales.,
  • Industries -- Wales, South.,
  • Wales, South -- Economic conditions.

  • Edition Notes

    Typescript.

    ContributionsNational Industrial Development Council of Wales and Monmouthshire.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20782638M

    Wales' comparative disadvantage has not simply been in terms of industries and occupations, but also in the type and ownership of establishments prevalent in Wales, and the resultant nature of work. These factors have played a major part in creating an economy with low value added, low earnings and low rates of participation, as well as an. In his survey of ‘The Present State and Future Prospects’ of New South Wales, Macarthur made several approving references to their quality and conduct, and printed the ‘strict code’ of rules and regulations which the emigrants sailing from Dundee in March in the John Bar!y had drawn up entirely voluntarily for their conduct on the.

    No doubt Woodalls Newspapers were keen to expand their readership and revenue by servicing the mainly English speaking communities of the industrial south east Wales. During he made many visits to the Valleys to make photographs of the various activities, events and people that would have been of interest to Y Cymro’s old and new readership. Within Wales, there are 2 NUTS2 areas, namely ‘West Wales and the Valleys’ and ‘East Wales’, the former being the area of Wales currently eligible for Objective 1 funding from the European Union. The industry breakdown applied to the data is based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC07).

    This classic regional study of the Industrial Revolution was first published in in six concise chapters based on extensive archival research, the book provides a survey of industrialisation in South Wales which has stood the test of time and remains the best introduction to the modern economic history of this important region. The Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales deals with local aspects of employment law and industrial disputes, mainly with state employees. The New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal handles many matters including tenancy, guardianship, .


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