by [Hungarian Academy of Sciences Institute of Economics] in Budapest .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Hungarian Academy of Sciences Institute of Economics, studies, 5, Studies (Magyar Tudományos Akadémia. Közgazdaságtudományi Intézet) ;, no. 5.|
|LC Classifications||HD1411 .H42|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||73171463|
Relationship Between Agriculture and Industry. Industries and agriculture are interdependent i.e. they depend upon each other. The source of raw materials for industries comes from agriculture. For example: sugarcane for sugar industry, animal skin for leather industry, etc. Dairy industries also require raw materials that come from agriculture. Oil industries cannot run without oil seeds like mustard, sunflower, soybean, etc. which are all agricultural . The relationship between agriculture,industry and trade is of the raw materials are needed for industries are produced from agriculture se,many goods that we export to foreign countries are produced from agricultural country earns foreign currencies from these then we can establish more industries and people will easily get a job and helps to maintain their quality of life. Industry is not the substitute of agriculture, rather they are complementary to one another. Both these sectors are so attached with each other that it is not possible to increase the growth of one sector sector without the improvement of the other sector. If agriculture is considered as the ‘heart’ of the country, then obviously industry must be consider as the ‘brain’. Figure 1: Relationship between the change in scaled agricultural employment Figure 7: Relationship between the non-agricultural development in the previous, current and following period and the agricultural relations need not be proportional to an industry’s share in employment or GDP.
Agricultural Production Economics (Second Edition) is a revised edition of the Textbook Agricultural Production Economics publi shed by Macmillan in (ISBN ). Although the format and coverage remains similar to the first edition, many small revisions and updates have been made. All graphs have been redrawn using the latest in. books relevant to Urban Agriculture and authors working in both core and tangential areas. The most promising articles were sought through inter-library loan. A running bibliography, divided into geographic regions, was begun and a series of emails and postal mailings were sent out to. The differences between agriculture and industry are less pronounced today than in decades and centuries past. However, agriculture is focused on the working of soil and other facilities to produce crops, animals and trees for human consumption or further refinement into products, while industry is focused more on refining and processing raw materials into products for sale. The profitable economic relationship between these two sections though isolated the South's agriculture. even with the North having considerably smaller labor force than the South's slave industry. For instance, the North produced ,, total bushels of crops, including wheat, oats and more, in , while the South produced only.
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