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date: 27 July 2021

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After the success of East Asian industrialization efforts in the late twentieth century, the twenty-first century has witnessed the turn of industrializing giants, led by China and India, to claim the fruits of advanced manufacturing industries. At the scale of transformation engaged in by these giants, the traditional fossil-fuelled pathway involving oil, gas, and coal is simply not feasible—for reasons to do with energy and resource insecurity and catastrophic urban pollution as much as for concerns over global warming and climate change. The key to success in their endeavours lies not just at the macro level of national industrial sectors, or the micro level of firms, but at the meso level of suprafirm structures and dynamics, involving clusters, industrial hubs, and EPZs. These hubs or clusters provide the optimal setting for greening initiatives, as the industrial parks are turned into eco-industrial parks based on circular economy principles.

Keywords: greening industry, green growth, circular economy, industrial hubs, industrial parks, clusters, eco-industrial parks

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