Presentation on theme: "WORKSHOP ON INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CLASSIFICATION IMPLEMENTATION OF INDUSTRY AND OTHER UN CLASSIFICATION - Tanzania Presentation by Morrice."— Presentation transcript:
WORKSHOP ON INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CLASSIFICATION IMPLEMENTATION OF INDUSTRY AND OTHER UN CLASSIFICATION - Tanzania Presentation by Morrice Nyattega Oyuke 3 rd to 6 th Nov. 2008 in Addis Ababa Ethiopia
Content 1 National Bureau of statistics 2 Uses of ISIC and CPC 3 Implementation of the UN classifications in Tanzania 4 National accounts classification 5 Challenges 6 Expectations 7 Conclusion
1 The National Bureau of Statistics The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is a semi- autonomous Government Executive Agency under the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs. It was officially launched as an Executive Agency on 26th March 1999. It is the only agency in Tanzania mandated to provide official statistics to the Government, business community and the public at large. The NBS has been mandated to carry out statistical activities in Tanzania Mainland in accordance with the Statistics Act of 2002.
2 Uses of ISIC and CPC Central register of establishment (over 24,000 establishments are registered) Business Register Turn over from Tanzania Revenue Authority It is also used in the data analysis – economic statistics issues
3 Implementation of the UN classifications in Tanzania ISIC - Industrial Production – by NBS and Ministry of Industry, Trade and Marketing ISIC - agriculture crop production – by NBS and Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security ISIC - agriculture Livestock and Fish production – by NBS and Ministry of livestock and Fishery
3 Implementation of the UN classifications in Tanzania cont. ISIC agriculture Forestry and Hunting production – by NBS and Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources HS and SITC - trade statistics – by NBS, Tanzania Revenue Authority and Bank of Tanzania Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG) – by NBS, Ministry of Finance and Bank of Tanzania
3 Implementation of the UN classifications in Tanzania cont. The International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) – by Ministry of Education The International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO) – by NBS and Ministry of Labor and Youth Development
4 National accounts classified economy based on the ISIC rev. 3.1 Section Divisions Description A 01, 02 Agriculture, hunting and forestry B 05 Fishing C 10-14 Mining and quarrying D 15-37 Manufacturing E 40, 41 Electricity, gas and water supply F 45 Construction G 50-52 Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods
4 National accounts classified economy based on the ISIC rev. 3.1 Section Divisions Description H 55 Hotels and restaurants I 60-64 Transport, storage and communications J 65-67 Financial intermediation K 70-74 Real estate, renting and business activities L 75 Public administration and defense; compulsory social security M 80 Education N 85 Health and social work
4 National accounts classified economy based on the ISIC rev. 3.1 Section Divisions Description O 90-93 Other community, social and personal service activities P 95-97 Activities of private households as employers and undifferentiated production activities of private households Q 99 Extraterritorial organizations and bodies
5 Challenges The newly introduced crop namely Jeotropa which is only produced for the purpose producing fuel. The Classification of transportation of Gas through pipeline by the same company, is this the same or different classification?
6 Expectations This workshop will enhance my knowledge on the ISIC REV. 4 implementation and obstacles met in the program from other countries. The ISIC rev. 4 is adopted by our countries.
7 Conclusion The UNSD should set tentative milestones of migrating from ISIC rev. 3.1 to ISIC rev 4. This will push countries to comply with the UNSD requirements. We need TA for the implementation of the ISIC rev 4