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INTRODUCCION DEL VIDEO

At present and since time ago the human being has always had to satisfy their
needs with tangible or intangible goods, these goods are obtained according to the
activities carried out by the people of a state or territory through the economic
sectors, which they lead to the production of goods and services, and are destined
in the first place to satisfy needs and secondly to place products in international
markets; This allows us to know how these sectors contribute to the development
of the economy and also allows the rulers of a country to plan economic and social
policies to sustain the economy and to guarantee the economic well-being of the
inhabitants of a society.

Now the economic sectors are considered as the division of economic activity of a
State or territory, encompassing all stages of exploration of natural resources,
through industrialization and preparation for consumption, until its actual use.

These sectors are:

The primary sector

The primary sector is made up of companies dedicated to exploiting renewable and
non-renewable natural resources; that is, the soil and the subsoil. In this sector sub
sectors are classified as: mining, agriculture, fishing, livestock, etc.

All these activities developed by peasants have generated greater productivity in
the economic of the countries.

For several years agriculture was the systems that gave more work in the world,
this sector was the predominant in the initial stages of development, even still in
some underdeveloped countries, during the eighteenth century the majority of the
population worked thanks to the countryside, but with the industrial revolution the
factories began to absorb the agrarian population, which is why a great increase in
productivity originated, which reduced the need for so much work in this sector,
which implies that when a country is transformed or evolves economically , the
secondary and tertiary levels become more important. However, the agricultural
sector continues to be the main point of the economy, since it is the only one with
the capacity to cover the basic needs of a population.

The secondary sector

Starting from raw materials, the processes of the secondary sector manage to
make a transformation that results in products ready for consumption.

Within the secondary or industrial sector is distinguished by its nature, 4 groups:

due to the advances that have occurred with the phenomenon of globalization that has been integrating all nations so that they promote policies aimed at an equitable economic development for the State -nation and its inhabitants and thus achieve . All these activities have encouraged changes and evolution to the rest of the production sectors. that is. such as the generation and exchange of information. and is currently considered in the developed countries as one of the most valuable assets of the world economy and the largest source of income. technology. The services sector was considered for a long time as an unproductive sector since it was activities that did not produce tangible goods. high rate of credit and has the ability to train other sectors. It characterizes the developed economies. research and development. it did not generate wealth for the economies. which have managed to adapt in the new times as the Quaternary Sector which is a part of the economy whose characteristic is to be based on knowledge and include services impossible to mechanize. The industrial sector is considered as the engine of a country's economic development.  Extractive industries  Manufacturing industries. The reasons for this are several: high productivity. because these intangible values are the key to innovation and the perfect complement for activities in other fields. but new sectors have been analyzed. consulting. and in this one is the commerce. Currently not only the traditionally mentioned sectors are discussed. The tertiary sector The third sector is that of services.  Buildings. education. Communications. which includes organizations dedicated to: Transportation. PARA CERRAR EL VIDEO LA CONCLUSION The evolution of the production sectors is becoming increasingly evident. Commerce and Finance. Tourism.  Extractive or transforming energy industries. the transport and the communications. its production is usually an intangible. But in the course of the nineteenth century and mainly from the mid-twentieth century began to see this sector as productive for the economies. financial planning and other services or activities mainly intellectual.

the activities that generate the most money for the world economy are within the services sector that stands out among all. among others. cultural and social welfare within this global economic integration. the economic sectors most desired by investors are: software.economic. media and entertainment. Nowadays. Apple and Amazon have had a great participation in the economy. financial services. information technology services. Also luxury brands. because of the technological era in which we find ourselves. And finally the financial services sector. . political. in which brands such as American express. Google. Likewise. from the automotive sector such as BMW. Mercedez Benz. energy. biotechnology. medical devices and equipment. consumer products and services. and networks and equipment. visa and master card. brands such as Facebook. have a high percentage of participation in the economy and are growing every day so it follows that the industry in general is well on track.