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Get this from a library! Classification by broad economic categories,. [United Nations. Statistical Office.]. Get this from a library! Classification by broad economic categories: defined in terms of SITC rev. 3. [United Nations. Statistical Office.;]. 8 Classification by Broad Economic Categories Defined in Terms of SITC, Revision 3 (United Nations publication, Sales No. EXVII). 9 See Official Records of the Economic and Social Council, Fifty -eighth Session, Supple ment No. 2 (E/),File Size: KB. Classification by Broad Economic Categories, Rev.5 Statistical Papers (Ser. M) Statistical Papers (Series M) is the title of a book series produced by the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD), which is part of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA).
Classification by Broad Economic Categories, Rev.5 Defined in Terms of the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System () and the Central Product Classification, Author: UN, DESA; Publication date: June Page count: 34; Language(s) in this book. Pages in category "Economic taxonomy" The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). method,2 and the classification in table E is based on data for The list of the least developed countries (LDCs) is decided upon by the United Nations Economic and Social Council and. Classification of broad economic categories. The standard classification of broad economic categories is a hierarchical classification of five levels. Level 1 of the classification has seven categories, level 2 has 15 categories, level 3 has 44 categories, level 4 has 90 categories and .
to seek for a classification of these industries on the basis of the categories of expenditure which have been developed to analyze consumer behavior. This classification has a basic significance: The most active competition will usually be between those indus-Survey of Current Business, Dept. of Commerce, August , p. Cited by: 1. 6 NACE Rev. 2 – Statistical classification of economic activites in the European Community List of abbreviations BEC Classification by Broad Economic Categories of the United Nations CN Combined Nomenclature – European Classification of Goods. The standard classification of broad economic categories is a hierarchical classification of five levels. Level 1 of the classification has seven categories, level 2 has 15 categories, level 3 has 44 categories, level 4 has 90 categories and level 5 of the classification has 74 categories. Classification Systems Used for Freight Data Harmonized System International Standard Industrial Classification System, Central Product Classification, Standard International Trade Classification, Broad Economic Categories, Classifications of Expenditure.