Classification of Business

In this chapter, “Classification of Business” we will cover the following main topics of 0450 Business Studies for IGCSE and 7115 O-Level Business Studies in detail. You can get IGCSE Revision Notes, Activities, Worksheets, Past Papers, Topical, Exam Style Questions from Sir Afzal Shad.

  • 3 Sectors of Business
  • Primary Sector of Business
  • Secondary Sector of Business
  • Tertiary Sector of Business
  • Relative Importance of Sectors
  • De-Industrialization

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Needs, Wants, Difference b/w needs and wants, Economic Problem, 4 Factors of Production, Land, Labor, Capital, Enterprise, Activity of Factors of Production, Scarcity of Resources, Opportunity Cost.