What Is a Linkage Industry?

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A linkage industry is an industry which is linked to other industries. This linkage could be as a result of its products which are used as raw materials in other industries, or because of provision of services by this industry to others. Examples of linkage industries include: petrol linked to the oil refinery industry and agriculture linked to the canning and packaging industry, among others.
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Industrial Linkage is where the product of one company, is needed for production to take place in another company.
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Your question seemed very vague but Wikipedia has an article and explanation of linkage...may or may not be useful Source(s):
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In a country with our level of income, the state should shoulder the main responsibility of supporting and financing education. But universities should start to mobilise resources
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In this country, it is a relatively new industry. Backward linkage like contract farming is inevitable because the wild resources from where plants are being collected now are limited
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