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Find two examples of cities which once had been secondary producers in the middle of the city. What kinds of industry where once important in each of these city centres? Find out what kind of production has often replaced them. What do you think are the reasons for the decline of the original industries?

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  1. cant find the answer anywere don't kno what cities gad secondary produces i got exacly the same homework and it taken me ages to get the answer

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