Business Law

Sectors

 

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Classical theorists would suggest economic activities in three sectors:
Primary: involves the retrieval and roduction of raw materials, such as food grains, coal, oil, and iron.
Secondary: involves the transformation of raw or intermediate materials into goods e.g. manufacturing steel into cars, textiles, engineering.

Tertiary: involves the supplying of services to consumers and businesses, such as Personal care Braverage , cinema and banking.

Our concern is law and understanding of legal dimensions rather hardcore economic aspects, without overlooking it.   


Sector Name-Market Cap Rs Cr

Agriculture/Horticulture/Lives-23258.35
Automobilies-10669.01

Beverages – Non-Alcoholic-9343.61

Beverages – Alcoholic-27089.47

Cables-22756.56
Cement-249721.72
Construction-140465.16
Electric Equipment-40677.02

Engineering-97287.22

Fertilisers-20054.28
Finance-894565.31
Food Processing-101127.59
Gems and Jewellery-16292.68
Information Technology-1026820.90
Iron and Steel-115037.41
Leather-12866.21
Metals – Non-Ferrous-19479.68
Mining-342599.14

Office Equipments-770.14

Paints and Pigments-46879.95
Personal Care-92961.65
Pharmaceuticals and health care-394239.92

Plastics-26093.62
Retail-134332.93

Rubber-953.95
Service-187063.40
Shipping-18274.09

Tea / Coffee-19405.20

Telecommunications-210549.44
Textiles-121320.36

Tobacco-4961.07

Transport-61457.98
Tyres-5607.36

[Source BSE dt 05.10.2017]

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