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DEVELOPMENTS OF SECTORS A.Introductıon
Classical Division Agriculture Cereals & Other Crops Animal Farming Industry Mining & Energy Manufacturing Services Trade & Banking Education & Health Transportation Types of Their Value Added
B. Agriculture 1. People and The Land Agriculture Land Produce Animal Husbandary Forest & Water Products
Figure 1. Agricultural Employment ( Sep. 2011- 2012 ) *Population within 15-24 age group
2. Inputs-Other than Land Graphs & Figures
3. Agricultural Incentives- Disincentives Graphs & Figures
Kaynak: Maliye Bakanlığı Kesin Hesapları *Milyar tl
C.INDUSTRY: A CHANGED TRACK 1.Introduction Industry is used in its proper economic meaning which includes all manufacturing plus mining,energy, gas & water.
2. Industrialisation Policies a. Before 1980
b. After 1980 *Milyon $
c. Structure of Manufacturing Tables & Graphs
D.SERVICES: AN UNBALANCED GROWTH Basic Human Quality Services
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