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EUROPEAN ECONOMY

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Iñaki Fernandez

on 17 October 2014

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Transcript of EUROPEAN ECONOMY

POPULATION AND ECONOMY OF EUROPE
EUROPEAN ECONOMY
PRIMARY SECTOR
Only 4% of workers in Europe
SECONDARY SECTOR
Only 30% of workers in Europe
TERTIARY SECTOR
It includes 66% of workers in Europe
Basic Industry
It manufactures metal and chemical products. It is located in Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine.
Capital Goods Industry
It manufactures machines, vehicles and electrical equipment for the consumer goods industry, It is primarily located Germany, France, Spain, Italy and United Kingdom.
AGRICULTURE
LIVESTOCK FARMING
FISHING
FORESTRY
Consumer Goods Industry
Cereals, potatoes and beets in the North European Plain and Russia
Olives, fruit and vegetables in the Mediterranean watershed.
Intensive in the North of Europe
and extensive in the South. Cattle,
sheep and pigs are the most
common livestock.
Modern and industrial fishing fleets make fishing an important economic activity for northen countries and Spain.
In northern European countries wood is used to produce furniture and paper.
It manufactures goods that are sold
directly to the public.
Europe exports chemicals, metal products, vehicles and technology products.
Europe imports petroleum and primary materials.
COMMERCE
Railways, ports (Hamburg, Rotterdam) and air transport.
TRANSPORT
It is the business of supplying services for people who are on holiday.
Europe is the number 1 holiday destination in the world. The most important countries related to tourism are Spain, Italy, France, United Kingdom, Germany and Austria.
TOURISM
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