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Classification and Guides Cairo, Egypt Arab Republic of Egypt Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics ( CAPMAS )
Contents 1 – Introduction. 2 – Purposes of Guides And Classifications 3 – Using of Statistical Guides and Classifications in Egypt 4 – Types of Statistical Guides and Classifications used in CAPMAS. 5 – Using of International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC ver.4) in Egypt. 6 – Using of Central Product Classification (CPC) in Egypt.
Introduction * CAPMAS uses several Guides and classifications for different statistical activites in collaborating with all users of the guides. * It updates them according to the latest international versions. * The most important guides in the economic activites are (ISIC.VER4) and (CPC). CAPMAS is now using these guides and classifications for all its own statistical activites and researches. * In addition,it offers the supporting and consoultance for other local organization and nighbour country.
1 – Determine all economic activities, occupations, education qualifications and products and uses a simple coding methods in order to simplfy computer use of codes. 2 – Producing standard language for the exchange information on the different classifications at the local level and internationally. 3 – Identifying national statistics structure to be compared with national and international statistics.. Purposes of Guides And Classifications
Using of Statistical Guides and Classifications in Egypt 1- They are Used in all the statistical activities in capmas. 2- They are Used in statictical researches in capmas. 3- Supporting and offaring consultance for some users that using code.
Types of Guides and Classification Used in CAPMAS,Egypt 1 – International Standard Industrey Classifications ISIC 2– Central Product Classification CPC 3 – International Standard Classification of Occupation. ISCO 4 – Education Standard Classification Degree. ESCD 5 – Administrative Units Guide. AUG 6 – Standard International Trade Classification. SITC 7 – Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose COICOP 8 – Harmonized System. H.S I will focus on the frist two guides
Using of International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC ver.4) in Egypt * International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC.Revision 4) is the current guid used for all economic activites statistics in CAPMAS. * It contains 21 table categories which are denoted by the alphabetic characteres. * These table categories are classified into sections (2 digites),sectors (3 digites),subsectors (4 degites) * The following table shows in brief the differences between the old guide (ISIC VER.3) and the new guid (ISIC VER.4) which is the current guid in CAPMAS.
Rev 4Rev 3 Category (a) agriculture and forestry, logging, fishing Sections 01 - 03 Category (a) agriculture and forestry Section 01 - 02 Category (b) fishing Section 05 Category (b) mining and quarrying Sections 05 - 09 Category (c) mining and quarrying Sections 10 - 14 Category (c) manufacturing Sections 10 – 33 Category (d) manufacturing Sections 15 - 37 Category (d) the supply of electricity, gas and steam supply of air-conditioning Section 35 Category (e) water supply networks and sewage and waste management and treatment Sections 36-39 category (e) electricity, gas, steam and hot water supply Sections 40 - 41 Category (f) Construction and Building Section 41 -43 category (f) construction (building and construction) Section 45
Category (g) wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles Sections 45 - 47 category (g) wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods Sections 50 - 52 Category (h) transport, storage Sections 49 -53 category (h) hotels and restaurants Sections 55 Category (i) the activities of food and accommodation Sections 55-56 Category (j) Information and Communication Sections 58 - 63 category (i) transport, storage and communication Sections 60 -64 Category (k) financial intermediation, insurance Sections 64 - 66 category (j) of financial intermediation Sections 65 -67 Category (l) the activities of real estate and leasing Section 68 Category spreadsheet (m) scientific and technical specialized Section 69-75 Category spreadsheet (n) administrative activities and support services Section 77-82 category (k) the activities of real estate, leasing and business services Sections 70 - 74
Category (o) the activities of public administration, defense and compulsory social security Section 84 category (l) Public administration and defense Section 75 Category (p) Education Section 85category (m) Education Section 80 Category (q) Health and social work activities Sections 86 - 88 category (n) Health and Social Action Section 85 Category spreadsheet (r) the activities of the arts, creativity and entertainment section 90 - 93 Category spreadsheet (s) other service activities Sections 94 - 96 category (o) the activities of community services and social services and other personal And sections 90 - 93 Section 90 collection and garbage removal and disposal of waste and sewage. Section 91 activities membership organizations Section 93 other personal services Section 92 recreational and cultural activities and sports Category (t) services for domestic servants for families Sections 97 - 98 category (p) services for the families of service personnel Section 95 Category (u) organizations, international bodies and regional and foreign embassies and consulates Sections 99 category (q) organizations and international bodies, embassies Sections 99
The CAPMAS is now using CPC guide (CPC VER.1) It is now updating according to the new CPC ver.2 guide but it has not finished yet. Central Product Classification (CPC)