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Chapters 4 & 5 Hanna Geography III

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Tertiary industries facilitate ___________, or the selling and/or buying of products of primary and secondary industries.
Economists measure the __________ that is added to raw materials.
The basic energy and equipment needs of all industries. Includes utilities, transportation, and communities. These are provided by tertiary (service) industries.
Part of tertiary (service) industries; composed of elected and appointed officials to regulate and protect the economy.
These tertiary (service) industries include banking, insurance companies, real estate firms, and investment firms. These industries help people buy and financially protect property, goods, and businesses, to help start or expand businesses.
______________ countries are those which have a wide range of industries that take full advantage of their people's skills.
Electronic communication which includes the telephone, radio, television, and internet.
An economic system in which government owns the important industries and a centralized government makes most of the economic decisions.
Primary or secondary goods that a country ships to other countries.
The ability to produce new things
Taxes on imports and exports.
(Abbreviation); the monetary value of all the goods and services produced for sale within a country over a year.
Some countries try to aim for ____________ self-sufficiency, but that generally results in poverty; countries almost always have to trade.
_____________ economies have elements of socialism. In Norway, for example, the government owns some industries (such as the oil industry), but there is still a free market, with encouragement for entrepreneurs. Government also offers many services (health, housing, etc.) to citizens in need.
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Most Western countries follow this economic system, in which private individuals or corporations build most industries, risking their own capital by making investments in hopes of making a profit.
These industries exist in developed countries; they are "service' industries that provide infrastructure or finance or other services for primary or secondary industries, or are involved in facilitating or regulating the work of those industries.
The part of infrastructure that includes electricity, gas, water, sewage-disposal, and trash collection. These are provided by tertiary (service) industries.
Moving products through / on water, over land, or through air. This is provided by tertiary (service) industries.
Another word for "tertiary" in "tertiary industries"
This industry is a tertiary industry that includes bankers, insurance companies, real estate, and investment firms.
_________ services are tertiary industries that sell "support" services, including cleaning services, researchers, lawyers, nurses, teachers, engineers, programmers, zookeepers, etc.
Transportation of ideas and information; this can be in print, or electronic. The tertiary (service) industries provide these services.
____________ countries have not yet developed a range of industries that take full advantage of their country's available labor and raw materials. These tend to have a low per capita GDP.
The effective use of raw materials, labor, and capital.
An economic market in which people freely compete, with little government interference; people can decide what to produce, buy, sell, trade (2 words, no space)
Per Capita GDP is GDP divided by the country's ______________.
______________ businesses buy goods from producers in large quantities to sell to other businesses (retail businesses), who will sell them in smaller quantities.
_______ communication is communication of ideas or information to large numbers of people, through (for examples) newspapers, television, or the internet.
The ______ of trade is the imports subtracted from the exports.
The money and equipment necessary to build industries.
Goods that a country receives from other countrise.
Most extreme form of socialism; the government owns everything, and makes long-term economic plans.
A ban on importing or exporting certain products or trading with a particular country.
Businesses that buy products from wholesalers, to sell to consumers.
People or businesses to buy products.
The ________ of 8 (currently the ________ of 7) include 7 highly developed countries that meet to resolve economic and political disputes.