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Location of Industry South Wales
During the 19th Century Southern Wales became a vitally important industrial area, for both iron and steel production.
The steep valleys, with their fast flowing rivers, provided power and transport. The hills were rich with raw materials,
such as coal, iron ore and limestone, and…

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Increasing technology means they did not need to locate in/near the capital city.

Few disadvantages to this site, the Office is relatively `footloose' (doesn't rely on raw materials, labour or energy).
Some reports claim there was a shortage of higher skills and management personnel when the relocation first
happened as…


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