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Georgia's major industries are agriculture, timber and textiles. The state also benefits greatly from a military presence; Fort Benning, Fort Stewart and Robins Air Force Base are the state's three largest employers. More »

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Georgia is one of the oldest states in the United States of America. It joined the young nation as its fourth state on Jan. 2, 1788, a little over 10 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and only f... More »

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Major industries in Afghanistan include the production of bricks, textiles, food items, handwoven rugs, coal and copper. Approximately 21.8 percent of Afghanistan's economy is based in industry, and approximately 24.6 pe... More »

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Switzerland's major industries are machinery and precision instruments, watchmaking, chemicals, textiles, tourism, banking and insurance. According to a 2013 estimate presented in the CIA World Factbook, agricultural pro... More »

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Colorado's major industries include the service, agriculture, manufacturing and mining industries. There are many sub-industries that fall under these main types. The service industry is the largest with most of the stat... More »

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Spain's largest industries by annual output are textiles and apparel, food and beverage, metals, chemicals and shipbuilding. Tourism is also a significant contributor to the country's economy. More »

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Primary industries are those that harvest or extract raw materials from nature; they include agriculture, oil and gas extraction, logging and forestry, mining, fishing and trapping. In many countries, primary industries ... More »

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