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industrial integration

industrial integration The tendency to link formerly separate firms, enterprises, or production processes, in order to reap economies of scale or finance. Integration may be vertical, combining separate stages in the manufacture of a finished good or provision of a service; or horizontal, combining ownership and control of activities within separate markets.

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integration, industrial

integration, industrial See INDUSTRIAL INTEGRATION.

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