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subsector

(ˈsʌbˌsɛktə)
n
a subdivision of a sector
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In the fourth quarter, the crops subsector, which accounted for 51.
On the other hand, the fisheries subsector recorded a decline in production during the same period," the statistics agency said.
In January to March the PSA said the production of the crops subsector rose by 8.
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For the commercial aerospace subsector, aircraft deliveries were strong in Europe (8.
MSU said the deal is focused on the wired communications subsector of the communications critical infrastructure sector and the reliance of mobile communications on the wired communications subsector.
Inside Secure (Paris:INSD) announced on Monday its reclassification by the Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) from the 'Semiconductors' subsector to the 'Software' subsector.
Although demand for transportation workers will vary by region, subsector, and occupation, these workforce changes will result in increased job opportunities for skilled and semi-skilled workers across the sector.
There were output increases in the livestock, poultry and fisheries subsectors, while bigger losses due to intense heat brought about by El NiAaAaAeA~o as well as the effects of Typhoons Egay, Hannah and Ineng we registered in the crops subsector," a data from the Philippine Statistics Authority-Bureau of Agricultural Statistics (PSA-BAS) showed.
In December 2014, on a year-over-year basis, virtually every subsector of insurance industry employment was up, said Dr.
Conversely, the computer, electronics and optical products subsector sustained a 5.