Complete the following table to show how three sectors are interdependent on each other

Complete the following table to show how three sectors are interdependent on each other a leavesGo production procedure (9). n. that mach the consumers (5). G. Complete the following table to show how three sectors (Primary, lb-tiary) are interdependent on each other. Iible : Intewdependence of Economic Activities What does this Imagim what would happen if farmers refuse to This is an example of the Secondary or • sugarcane to a particular sugar mill. The mill sector being dependent On the primary have to shut down. Imagine what would hapgru to mtton cultivation if mmg:nni« not to buy from the Indian market irngrt an mtton they from other c»untries. «kton cultivation will Epcome less profitable ard tie fr-mers may even go bankrupt, ifthey cannot quickly switch to other crops. Cotton prices will fall. Farmers buy many goods such as tractors, pum5Bets, electricity, pesticides and fertilisers. I.mgirr what would happen ifthe price of fertilisers up. Cost ofc•ultivation of the farmers will riæ and their profits will be reduced. People working in industrial and service sector r.&d Imagine what would happen if there is a strike by transporters and lorries refuse to take veg«ables, milk, etc. from rural areas. Food will E»come in urban areas whereas farmers will unable to sell their products.

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Please refer the answers below:

b.Imagine what would happen to cotton cultivation if companies decide not to buy from the Indian market and import
all cotton they need from other countries. Indian cotton cultivation will become less profitable and the farmers may even go bankrupt, if they cannot quickly switch to other crops. Cotton prices will fall.

The above example shows the dependency of the Primary sector on Secondary sector which is engaged in the manufacturing using the raw material produced in the primary sector.

c. Farmers buy many goods such as tractors, pump sets, electricity, pesticides and fertilisers. Imagine what
would happen if the price of fertilisers or pump sets go up. Cost of cultivation of the farmers will  rise and their profits
will be reduced.

The question of fertilizers and pumpsets show the dependence of the income of farmers on the condition of industries that manufacture pumpsets and fertilizers.That is dependence of primary sector with secondary sector and also service sector in case of electricity and other services.

d.People working in industrial and service sector need food. Imagine what would happen if there is a strike by transporters and lorries refuse to take vegetables, milk, etc. from rural areas. Food will become scarce in urban areas whereas farmers will be unable to sell their products.

In the situation cited in the question, the primary sector and the secondary sector is dependent on the tertiary sector, which provides all logistic support. In this case, it is transportation.


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