What area came to the fore in the economies of European countries in the 19th century?

In the 19th century, the industrial sector came to the fore in Europe. This was due primarily to the completion of the industrial revolution, the final transition to machine production. More and more people moved to cities and stopped farming. As a result, the volume of industrial production grew, the volume of exports increased, money remained inside the producing countries, and the economy developed successfully.

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