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business (assignment P2 (Prim,Sec&tertiary))

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Primary Secondary & Tertiary Sectors of Industry (P2) Introduction In this assignment I will describe the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors of industry. I will also identify two organizations in each sector and describe their ownership, purpose, scale and size. Primary Sector A primary sector is a part of the economy where business grows, collect, mine or cut raw materials. The key area of employment in this sector is extracting raw materials, Hunting, Coal Mining, and Farming. Hunting: is when a group of people intend to go to a forest to catch animals such as goats, sheep's, birds etc; in order to process the food for the secondary sector. Coal Mining: people who works in a coal mine removing coal from the ground, coal is used to fossil fuel used to generate power; electricity, fuel, diesel and oil Farming: in other terms 'agriculture', this is done by planting goods in healthy field/growing plants such as crops. ...read more.

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Construction: is a group of people (known as builders) come together to construct buildings, roads, parks etc. Textiles manufacturing: is an industry that produces materials from cotton, fabric, silk etc and make it into textile. Shivnath Rai Harnarain (India) LTD Rice milling is a gigantic industry in India. Rice milling industry does not only mill rice. It also carries out many other essential functions, such as procurement, parboiling, drying, storage, quality control, utilisation of by-products, etc. This milling is accomplished by a large number of systems from very small to very large scale. Some of these require ultramodern imported/indigenous machines based on intricate scientific principles This organisation is a private limited company in the private sector, their main purpose is to sell goods, and their only goods are rice grain. Their process of business is to produce rice and sell it to their customers (e.g. rice manufacturers) at profit. They are a local in scale as they only operate in India. ...read more.

Conclusion

They are a large organisation with 21,380 employees across Europe; they employ a. This company is based in the United 'kingdom and the Republic of Irelands; they have over 1,700 stores across Europe including Germany, France and Spain. Their scale of business is across Europe Tesco Tesco is an organisation that provides goods and services at a slightly low price (Special offers and discounts) in order to attract customers. Tesco is a public limited company as it falls under the private sector. Tesco falls under the tertiary sector as it provides goods and services to the public; they receive their products from their manufacturers (Tesco Corporation Manufacturing). They sell various kinds of goods and provide a range of services such as, food, accessories, medicine, deliveries, customer assistance etc. They sell their items and provide their services at profit in order to maintain the business. Tesco is a global company which operates 3,729 stores around the world and a workforce of over 440000 in 13 countries worldwide. This large business has over 273,028 employees to help them sustain their business. ...read more.

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