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Les industries animales dans l'ouest de la France : les territoires industrielles de Chateau-Renault et Surgères
[Animal industries in western France : the industrials territories of Chateau-Renault and Surgères]

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  • Perrin, Cedric
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    The author of this paper intends to compare two industrial territories from western France: Chateau-Renault and Surgères. Chateau-Renault is a tanning center, and the city of Surgères houses a vast dairy. The industries of both areas deal with products of animal origins deriving from agriculture. They could be named “animal industries”. Besides, both areas are located in the west of France, where industrialization lagged behind the rest of the country. The author will study the mechanism at work behind the development of those industries in a region with very little industry overall. The relationship between local resources, notably agriculture, and the development of a specific form of industrialization are central to the emergence of those animal industries.

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    Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 53010.

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    Date of creation: Jan 2011
    Date of revision: Mar 2014
    Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:53010
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