Trade, industry and commerce

khushal By khushal, 18th Oct 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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In our daily life, we see that people are attached in several activities. These activities can be divided into two parts economic and non-economic. Economic activities are related to production, service, exchange, distribution, transportation, banking, insurance etc. For example,,

Trade, industry and commerce and its part

In our daily life, we see that people are attached in several activities. These activities can be divided into two parts economic and non-economic. Economic activities are related to production, service, exchange, distribution, transportation, banking, insurance etc. For example,, A manufacturer, a doctor, an agriculturist, a teacher are all doing economic activities. Whereas, non-economic activities include personal social and religious which do not have any kind of earning in the same way a housewife looking after the household services, is also a non-economic activity.

So Please Read. Economic activities are performed with economic motives. They are undertaken for creation of income and wealth therefore economic motives. They are undertaken for creation of income and wealth. Therefore economic activities can be classified in the following three parts
A. Business
B. Profession
C. Employment

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