Tertiary Sector?

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The tertiary sector the service sector of the economy. An economy has three sectors namely; the primary sector, that includes mining agriculture and others, the secondary sector, that includes manufacturing and the tertiary sector. It is also known as the service industry.
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The tertiary sector is the service section in a country’s economy. It is increasingly becoming a major pat of the developed world that is moving away from the secondary sector of manufacture related ideas in favour of services. The services area is prevalent in the consumer, capital, industrial and service markets.
The tertiary sector is the service sector of the economy. It is a part of the three major sectors of the economy the others being the primary sector and the secondary sector. The primary sector includes activities such as mining and fishing while the secondary sector includes activities such as manufacturing.
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