These data illustrate the process of increasing industrial production in the “new” rapidly developing capitalist countries, such as the United States and Germany, which was reflected in a sharp decline in the share of “old” capitalist countries, primarily England.
In the late XIX – early XX century, countries such as the United States and Germany developed faster, and more slowly – Russia and Italy. This was because the increase in the share of industrial production in the United States and Germany occurred for. the account of the industrial revolution, the development of monopoly capitalism, the development of new territories (USA) and the unification of the country (Germany).
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