Requiring access to and manipulation of large quantities of knowledge.(adjective)
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Use "knowledge-intensive" in a sentence
"The country has achieved remarkable productivity and income gains since its liberalization began in 1978, and its recently released five-year economic plan wisely aims to expand employment in knowledge-intensive "strategic emerging industries" such as information technology and clean energy."
"China may be on the rise, but the U.S. retains a comparative advantage in knowledge-intensive activities, thanks to such strengths as outstanding universities and a culture of risk-taking."
"But so, too, are many knowledge-intensive industries such as education and software."