NAICS


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Related to NAICS: sic, SIC code
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[Within NAICS 325 belong the following: Basic Chemical Manufacturing (NAICS 3251); Resin, Synthetic Rubber, and Artificial Synthetic Fibers and Filaments Manufacturing (NAICS 3252); Pesticides, Fertilizer, and Other Agricultural Chemical Manufacturing (NAICS 3253); Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing (NAICS 3254); Paint, Coating, and Adhesive Manufacturing (NAICS 3255); Soap, Cleaning Compound, and Toilet Preparation Manufacturing (NAICS 3256); and Other Chemical Product and Preparation Manufacturing (NAICS 3259)."
The Committee on Valuation of Securities became permanent in 1910, forming the precursor to the modern NAIC's Securities Valuation Office.
The NAICS identifies establishments in the retail trade sector as primarily engaged in purchasing goods for resale to the general public for personal or household consumption, but some establishments also serve business and institutional clients.
In December, the FRB released a historical revision of the industrial production (IP) and capacity utilization indexes that featured the incorporation of the 2002 NAICS. (2) The revision also updated all industry production and capacity utilization measures to incorporate newly available and more comprehensive source data for recent years and introduced improved methods for measuring the annual real output of communications equipment manufacturing, beginning with 1987.
* Mining activities, as described in NAICS codes 211 and 212
NAICS is an economic classification system that groups establishments into industries and that provides the framework for collecting, analyzing, and disseminating economic data on an industry basis.
In order to obtain economic comparability among the three nations, representatives from the three trading partners, under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), joined efforts to create NAICS. In 1997, the U.S.
Created primarily at the urging of economists, NAICS offers classifications that group together similar activities to reflect the many new industries that have reshaped the U.S.
Dell Allen, Wandell's research director, said, "Since NAICS will affect nearly all industries and government agencies in some way, many firms are anxious to have an early look at this new six-digit classification and adjust their computer-processing systems." He added, "We are especially pleased to offer NAICS in computer-searchable format using the Folio 4 and Folio 3.1 platforms for electronic publishing."
DHS/CUSTOMS & BORDER PROTECTION: $33,600 (NAICS: 561720)
DOL/MINE SAFETY & HEALTH: $58,184 (NAICS: 337214)