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Industrial Commodity Statistics Yearbook 2014

Physical Quantity Data (Vol.I) and Monetary Value Data (Vol.II)

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The Industrial Commodity Statistics Yearbook provides statistics on the production of about 600 major industrial commodities. Data are provided for the ten-year period of 2004-2013 for approximately 200 countries and territories. The commodities have been selected on the basis of their overall importance and their importance as outputs of individual ISIC industries in the world economy. The data cover commodities produced by mining, manufacturing and electricity and gas units, i.e. units classified in sections B, C, and D of the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) Revision 4. The Yearbook provides data on both quantities and values of production and is organized in two volumes: Volume I: Physical Quantity Data and Volume II: Monetary Value Data. The publication contains three annexes to assist the user: an index of commodities in alphabetical order; a table of correspondence among the CPC-based commodity codes and the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC), Revs. 4 and 3.1, the Harmonized System (HS) 2012 and 2007 and Prodcom 2012 and 2008; and information on all the classifications used in the publication.

English, French

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Volume 1: Correspondence tables

This annex shows a correspondence table between the CPC-based commodity codes, the Harmonized Commodity Coding and Description System (HS), the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC), the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC), the List of Products of the European Community (Prodcom) and ISIC-based commodity codes of the 1971 List of industrial products.

English, French

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