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SIC

Latin, In such manner; so; thus.

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For example, job type was originally measured by an 82 category scale which the State had developed based upon the Standard Industrial Classification Manual (1972).
In 1952, the Advisory Council on Federal Reports undertook the first major review of the Standard Industrial Classification.
The Fed still uses the Standard Industrial Classification [SIC] system, rather than a newer nomenclature used by the Commerce Dept.
Industrial production and capacity utilization will continue to be based on the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) until the 2002 annual revision, after which they will be constructed from the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS).
The new Source Book of Statistics of Income--1998, Corporation Income Tax Returns presents, for the first time, industry detail based on the North American Industry Classification System, which replaced the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system.
Data for the 1997 Economic Census of Puerto Rico were reported on a Standard Industrial Classification basis, but future censuses will use the North American Industry Classification System.
Although safety in plants of Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) 3080 (Miscellaneous Plastics Products) is improving faster than the manufacturing average, the frequency of injuries resulting in lost workdays was 21% higher than the U.
For the first time, the new North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) also is given for each market sector along with the old Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).
16, 1991), provides a listing of industry categories derived from the Standard Industrial Classification codes (the "SIC" codes) in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual (1987).
Retail trade is the second largest in employment of the nine major industry divisions in the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system.
Using a revised Standard Industrial Classification listing for industry groups, the U.
Nasdaq: GUMM) announced today that it has changed the Company's Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code to number 2834, Pharmaceutical Preparations.

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