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Пространственное развитие промышленности США и внешняя торговля

Spatial development of U.S. industry and geography of foreign trade in manufactured goods are closely interrelated in the process of their synchronous geographic transformation. It is caused primarily by internal factors in the development of U.S. industry, in particular Kondratieff – Schumpeter long waves. This process allows to optimize the U.S. industry space structure and favors the U.S. specialization branches through the reallocation of labor and capital from less efficient industries. Example of electronics shows that in times of acute crises, the relationship of domestic and foreign trade processes becomes even stronger. Modern conditions require a “global regional geography” – a simultaneous analysis of spatial processes at national and international level.