In an industrial economy, the production of tangible goods and infrastructure plays a central role. This type of economy has traditionally been seen as a key factor in the development of advanced economies. However, in recent times, advanced economies have begun to shift towards the production of intangible value, such as services, social infrastructure, and information technology. This change reflects the evolving nature of the global economy and the increasing importance of intangible forms of value.
The following are common examples of infrastructure.
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