With development the maximum growth is experienced in services sector. Services sector is linked to commercial activities as also living conditions. On the one hand, with better income, people aspire to be served more efficiently and timely; while on the other hand, production process also needs to be serviced by making available better infrastructure, automation, planning and facilitation. Thus, service sector is facilitator as well as effect of economic activities. Services sector is marked by enormous number of activities that include trading, hospitality, tourism, health, education, transport, electricity production and distribution, business process outsourcing, software development etc. The form and nature of service is greatly affected by the advent of internet and e-commerce. Long distance education, healthcare and doorstep supply of products have brought new dimension to services sector.
CGDR considers service sector as prime mover of economy and therefore, it endeavours to develop credible linkages between components of service sector with other activities as necessary research agenda that can benefit business community as well as government.
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