can industry be classified?
are four types of industry. These are primary, secondary,
tertiary and quaternary.
industry involves getting raw materials e.g. mining, farming
industry involves manufacturing e.g. making cars and steel.
industries provide a service e.g. teaching and nursing.
industry involves research and development industries e.g.
have inputs, processes and outputs. Inputs can be the raw
materials need to make something. Inputs can also be labour,
buildings, capital and machinery. Processes are the things
which go on within the factory. This is usually the manufacturing
of goods. It can also be design and research - anything
needed to make something. Outputs are the things which leave
the factory. This can include the finished product, profit
or even waste.
affects the location of industry?
are many factors which affect the location of industry.
These include raw materials, labour supply, markets, transport
and Government Policy.
or Multinational companies are large companies which are
located in more than one country. Examples include Coca
Cola and Nike.