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Primary Sector- Comparison between India, China and Pakistan

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Primary Sector- Comparison between India, China and Pakistan
Primary Sector
The primary sector of the economy is the sector of an economy making direct use of natural resources. This includes agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining, and extraction of oil and gas.
The science, art, and business of cultivating soil, producing crops, and raising livestock.
Extraction of Oils and Gases
Edwin James
Aditya Madan
Abin Babu
Mohit Bansal

Agriculture in India
Agriculture in Pakistan
Agriculture in
Forestry in India
Forestry in Pakistan
Forestry in China
Fisheries in India
Fisheries in Pakistan
Fisheries in China
Mining in India
Mining in Pakistan
Mining in China
Extraction of Oil & gas in India
Extraction of Oil & Gas in Pakistan
Extraction of Oil & Gas in China
India ranks 2nd in the world for farm output.
The largest producer of milk.
Irrigation system inadequate.
Wheat, rice main crops grown.
Employs 400 million people.
Contributes 17.39% to the country's GDP.
Pakistan's largest food crop is wheat.
Other important crops- sugarcane, cotton.
Employs 24.5 million people.
Contributes 24.43% to GDP.
Livestock contributes to nearly 11% of GDP
Employs 300 million people.
Contributes 10.9% to China's GDP.
Is the world's largest importer of soya beans and other food crops.
The science and art of maintaining, developing and managing a forest and forestland
Forest covers 64 million hectares.
19.5% of the country's land area.
0.9% contributed to the GDP
Spices, herbs, sal, timber, tendu leaves and many other resources are found.
Total forest area 2.361 million hectares.
3% of the total land area.
Contributes 0.7% to the country's GDP.
Lumber, paper, fuel wood, latex, medicines etc. are found in the forests.
Total forest area 257 million hectares.
17% of the total land area.
Contributes 4% to the GDP.
Fibres, medicinal and ornamental plants and food are found in the forests.
The industry or occupation devoted to the catching, processing, breeding or selling of fish and other aquatic animals.
Employs 14.5 million people.
India has a coastline of 8118 km.
Aquaculture harvest level of fish was 3.9 million metric tonnes of fish.
Contributes 1.07% of the GDP, exports 72 billion tonnes of fish.
Has a coastline of 814 km.
Employs 0.146
Aquaculture harvest 0.14 million metric tonnes
Exports 0.149 billion tonnes.
Contributes around 1% to GDP.
Has a coastline of 14500 km.
Employs 7.9 million people.
Contributes 1.13% to GDP.
Exports 6.6 billion tonnes of fish.
Aquaculture output 32.4 million tonnes.
The process or business of extracting ores or minerals from the ground.
Employs 0.7million people
Contributes 1.5% to the GDP
Minerals/Metals extracted are mica, bauxite,fuels precious stones etc.
Contributes 0.5% to the GDP
Employs 0.05 million people
Has deposits of several minerals including coal, gold, copper etc. precious stones like spinel, emerald, moonstone etc.
Employs 5 million people
1.2% to the GDP
It is the world's Leading producer of coal, gold, and particular products like thermal coal
When unprocessed natural oil and gases are extracted for the use in the manufacturing sector
Contributes 7.4% to the GDP
Total Reserves- 117.562 billion cubic metres
Oil and Gas Development Companies
1) Oil and Natural gas Corporation
2) Oil India
3) Essar Oil and etc.
Oil and gas Sector are estimated to be 885.3 billion cubic metres.
Contributes 3.8% to the GDP
Oil and Gas Development companies
1) Pakistan Petroleum
2) Pakistan Oilfeilds
3) Mari Gas Company
Oil and Natural gas reserves estimated to be 837.418 billion cubic metre.
Contributes 9.1% to the GDP
Oil and Gas Development companies
1) Sinopec
2) Petro China
3) CNOOC and more
A Quick Review between the Three
India- 17.39% to GDP, Employs 400 million
Pakistan- 24.43% to GDP, Employs 24.5 million
China- 10.9% to GDP, Employs 300 million

India Employs the most, Pakistan the least
Pakistan contribution to GDP the most, China the least(percentile vice)
India- area 64million ha,0.9% to GDP
Pakistan- area 2.361million ha,0.7% to GDP
China- area 257million, 4% to GDP

China's forest area the most, Pakistan's area the least
China's contribution to GDP the most, Pakistan's the least (percentile vice)
India- employs 14.5million, coastline 8118km, 1.07% to GDP, aquaculture 3.9million,exports 72 billion tonnes
Pakistan- employs 0.146million, coastline 814km,1% to GDP, aquaculture 0.14million,0.149 billion tonnes
China- employs7.9million, coastline14500km, 1.13% to GDP, aquaculture 32.4 million, exports 6.6 billion tonnes
India employs most and exports most.
China contributes to GDP(percentile vice), aquaculture harvest the most and has the largest coastline.
Pakistan has the smallest coastline, exports, contributes to GDP(percentile vice),employs and harvests the least
India- employs 0.7 million, 1.5% to GDP
Pakistan- employs 0.05 million, 0.5% to GDP
China- employs 5million, 1.2% to GDP

China employs the most, and contributes to the GDP the most(percentile vice)
Pakistan employs and contributes to the GDP the least(percentile vice)
Extraction of Oil and Gas
India- total reserves 117.56 billion cubic metres, 7.4% to GDP
Pakistan- total reserves 885.3billion cubic metres, 3.8% to GDP
China- total reserves 837.418 billion cubic metres, 9.1% to GDP
Pakistan has the most reserves, China contributes the most to the GDP(percentile vice)
India has the least reserves, Pakistan contributes the least to the GDP(percentile vice)
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