NZSICNew Zealand Standard Industrial Classification
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Between 1991/92 and 1995/96, Statistics changed from the New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (NZSIC) to the Australia and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC).
There are 3 steps to generate NZSIC consistent records from present-day ANZSIC-based statistical series:
ANZSIC re-grouped each of the Wood, Paper, and Machinery components of NZSIC with the weights shown in Box 2.
NZSIC consistent Estimates: The third step is to extend the Philpott tables from 1990 to 2002 by converting all GDP series published since 1990 from an ANZSIC basis to an NZSIC basis using the concordances in Box 2.
(3) The sample comprised 92 of the 145 five-digit industries defined in the New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (NZSIC) for the Census of Manufacturing, 1978-79.
In 1978-78 the New Zealand economy was a relatively closed one, and so the inclusion of international trade variables was thought to be unnecessary, and certainly not possible using trade data keyed to the NZSIC census industry classification.