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There are three different types of industrial sector, primary, secondary and Tertiary. Examples of growth and decline in each sector.

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They're three different types of industrial sector, primary, secondary and Tertiary. Primary sector business produce raw food product like harvest and fish. And they produce raw goods like coal, wood, oil and rare rocks from the earth to supply the secondary sector. The primary industrials sectors are:- * Farming * Grazing * Hunting and gathering * Fishing * Mining * Forestry The secondary sector manufacture, construct and process, the raw food or materials. All of the manufacture and processing is done in the secondary sector. Activities associated with the secondary sector include:- * Construction and ship building. * Breweries and bottlers * Engineering * Energy utilities * Aerospace manufacturing * Chemical and engineering industries * Textile production * Automobile ...read more.

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Tertiary- garages and private company sells oil product to the public. An example of a primary sector growth: Wind farmers have become more popular over the last few decades, because people are concerned about global warning and turning towards renewable and clean energy because wind farms are a lot more efficient, greener and healthier, more and more wind farms are being build throughout North Wales. An example of a primary sector declining. Only organic. Only organic food production has decline, due to the recession. Organic food is much dearer to product and to buy, because of this people turn to supermarket for best value for money, so there's less need for organic food. ...read more.

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Many factorise has closed down due to financial problems, they moved to foreign countries like India and China because the wage are much cheaper per/hour Tertiary growth HSBC has being growing in the past month,. Banks has being growing through a tough time and it was one of the reasons why the recession started. But they're growing back very quickly. One of the reasons they're growing is that their very strict to whom they lend money. Tertiary decline Brewery Archer's brewery has decline over the past years due to the recession, and is recently gone bust and has gone into administration. The no smoking ban has had a lot of impact on the brewery. Because people wouldn't go out as much as they use to, would buy less alcohol. ...read more.

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