The economic recovery of England had a beneficial effect on the countries of Europe. From the middle of 1849, the industry of Germany and France began to operate. At the end of the year, a general revival of trade began, which many bourgeois naively perceived as a result of the restoration of order. With the advent of 1850, the situation improved even more. A period of unprecedented economic growth began.
The textile industry was the first to enter the recovery phase, while the heavy industry experienced signs of recovery much later. The construction industry followed her. Accumulated inventories were eliminated. The fall in raw material prices has facilitated a reduction in production costs. Throughout the world, the crisis has brought down wages. In Europe and the USA, compared with England, industrial development could accelerate due to revolutions that changed social relations or a large influx of immigrants. Continue reading