subsector


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subsector

(ˈsʌbˌsɛktə)
n
a subdivision of a sector
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The subsector contributed 27.2 percent to total fisheries production.
The major contributors of employment gains in this economic subsector were wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles, accommodation and food service activities, and education.
Subsector credit offtake - flow (Rs bln)###17.4###5.9
The I-12/2 subsector is considered an expensive area because it is situated next to the National University of Sciences and Technology close to Kashmir Highway.
However, the primary metal subsector contracted in the review period.
Under 'transport' category, Indian Railways obtained 10 awards for the subsector railway station.
Daroo Khan Achakzai said that agriculture sector is one of the largest segments of the economy but its production, especially that of subsector of livestock is very little for which a workable plan is needed.
Going back to farm output, the crops subsector, which shared 45.58 percent in the total agricultural output, recorded a 3.64 percent decline in production.
Industries in the Telecommunications subsector group establishments that provide telecommunications and the services related to that activity (e.g., telephony, including Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP); cable and satellite television distribution services; Internet access; telecommunications reselling services).
Specialty trade contractors is the largest construction subsector, with employment projected to reach nearly 4.8 million by 2026.
In the other major economic sectors--manufacturing and non-tradables--the decline reflects reductions in the wage share within the modern subsector. In the modern activities, therefore, the real wage consistently lagged behind labour productivity growth.