Great Britain – Industry, Agriculture
Britain is the oldest industrial country in the world. Its industry is highly developed. It comprises heavy and light engineering, chemical and textile industry, electrical and electronical engineering etc.
The most important towns are Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham. Scotland is famous for its whisky distilleries.
Farmers feed nearly two-thirds of Britain’s inhabitants.
Agricultural production includes cattle, sheep, poultry, wheat, barley and potatoes