Economic geography

Economic geography - or combining them into more useful...

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Economic geography: is the study of how people earn their living, how lively hood system vary by area and how economic system are spatially interrelated and linked. Primary structures: are those that harvest or extract something from the earth Secondary structures: are those that add value to materials by changing their forms
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Unformatted text preview: or combining them into more useful commodities. Tertiary structures: Those businesses or labour specialization that provide services to the primary and secondary sectors and goods and services to the general community and individuals. Qan...
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