industrywide

[adj. in-duh-stree-wahyd; adv. in-duh-stree-wahyd]
adjective
1.
from, covering, or affecting an entire industry: industrywide profits.
adverb
2.
throughout an industry.

Origin:
1945–50; industry + -wide

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industrywide (ˈɪndəstrɪˌwaɪd)
 
adv, —adj
covering or available to all parts of an industry

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Example sentences
Regency, which owns five cruise ships, attributed its troubles to an
  industrywide slowdown in the cruise business.
There are also fewer people on corporate payrolls, which in the past were more
  likely to sign industrywide contracts.
Whether gearbox failures are an industrywide problem remains a matter of some
  contention.
He points to an industrywide agreement on a single process for upgrading
  software on the devices as a sign of progress.
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