102．In the early 20th century the motor vehicle industry in Britain was developed in the west midlands and South East of England. The British motor industry is now dominated by four firms(Ford, the Rover Group, GM-Vauxhall, and Peugeot)
103．There are three areas in Britain which have been some high-tech industrial growth: the area between London and South Wales, the Cambridge area and East Anglia and the area between Glasgow and Edinburgh in Scotland.
104．The British were pioneers in modern agriculture and were among the first to bring science and machinery to farming. In British only 3% of the population are farmers but they manage 70% of the land and managed like an industrial business.
105.There are mainly six farming types in Britain. They are arable farming, dairy farming, stock farming, mixed farming, hill farming and market gardening.
106．Arable farming emphasizes crop production and occurs on the more fertile soils. The chief crops are wheat, barely, oats, sugar beer and potatoes. During farming rears cattle primarily for milk production. Western regions with moderate rainfull, mild winters and cool summers are often important dairy areas.
107．Stock farming rears livestock primarily for meat (e.g. beef , lamb). Market gardening is the growing of vegetable and fruit which can be rapidly transported to market while fresh.
108．Britain is the fifth largest trading nation in the world. Napoleon called it a “nation of shopkeepers” and it has remained one even after the end of empire and the loss of its political and economic hegemony.