Q. 24.3( 6 Votes )
What happens when industries are established in backward regions?
Manufacturing industries are pivotal in boosting the economy of a nation, rather could be said that industries form the backbone of the nation. These manufacturing industries produce products that are used by everyone including farmers, common people. The manufacturing industry is the sector that generates employment in secondary and tertiary sectors.
When industries are established in backward regions:
1. It removes poverty from that region.
2. It brings down regional disparity that was prevalent.
3. The backward region shapes and converts into a developed region.
4. The common public services like roads, schools, hospitals are built which prove useful to the people.
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