Classification by Broad Economic Categories: Defined in Terms of the Standard International Trade Classification, Revision 3, and the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (2002)
United Nations Publications, 2003 - Business & Economics - 82 pages
The original Classification by Broad Economic Categories (BEC) was produced in 1961 to provide a means for international trade statistics to be analyzed by broad economic categories such as food, industrial supplies, capital equipment, consumer durables and consumer non-durables. The original BEC was linked to the Standard International Trade Classification. Two revisions of BEC were produced to coincide with revisions of SITC, and a third revision made technical corrections. The current publication provides links between BEC and the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (2002 edition) as well as to the basic classes of goods in the System of National Accounts (consumption goods, intermediate goods, capital goods). Each of the 3,121 SITC headings is correlated to one of the nineteen BEC basic headings, as are 5,222 of the 5,224 HS02 subheadings (two HS02 subheadings fall outside the scope of SITC, Rev.3 and are therefore not correlated to BEC).
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SITC Rev3 basic headings in terms of BEC
SITC Rev3 basic headings with revised BEC attribution
HS02 subheadings in terms of BEC
SITC Rev3 basic headings not correlated to HS02 subheadings
HS02 subheadings not correlated to SITC Rev3 basic headings and their correlated to SITC Rev 3 higherlevel headings
appendix basic BEC categories BEC in terms BEC to SITC Broad Economic Categories categories 321 categories of BEC Classification by Broad classified as primary column HS02 column SITC correlated to BEC correlated to HS02 correlated to SITC Correlation Tables Crustaceans defined in terms Description and Coding Economic and Social Economic Categories BEC Economic Categories Defined elsewhere specified 61 Food and beverages Fuels and lubricants Harmonized Commodity Description Harmonized System headings with revised higher-level headings HS02 subheadings Industrial supplies industry 112 industry SITC International Trade Classification main end-use mainly for household mainly for industry n/c HS02 SITC Non-durable original BEC original correlation passenger motor cars Primary 22 Processed 121 Rev.3 basic headings Rev.3 heading revised BEC attribution Revision 3 SITC Sales SITC heading Social Council specified 21 Standard International Trade Statistical Commission subcategories Supplement supplies not elsewhere terms of BEC Terms of SITC traded internationally transport equipment United Nations publication
Page 7 - Alimentos y bebidas, básicos, destinados principalmente al consumo en los hogares 122* Alimentos y bebidas, elaborados, destinados principalmente al consumo en los hogares 522* Material de transporte no industrial 6* Bienes de consumo no especificados en otra partida. 3. Consumer goods Sum of categories: 112* Food and beverages, primary, mainly for household consumption 122* Food and beverages, processed, mainly for household consumption 522* Transport equipment, non- industrial 6* Consumer goods...
Page 7 - Machinery and other capital equipment (except transport) 521* Transport equipment, industrial. 2. Intermediate goods Sum of categories: 121* Food and beverages, processed, mainly for industry 111* Food and beverages, primary, mainly for industry 2* Industrial supplies not elsewhere specified 31* Fuels and lubricants, primary 322* Fuels and lubricants, processed (other than motor spirit) 42* Parts and accessories for machinery and other capital equipment (except transport) 53* Parts and accessories...
Page 11 - Other, including flours, meals and pellets of crustaceans, fit for human consumption...
Page 4 - Official Records of the Economic and Social Council: Forty-second session, Supplement No.
Page 4 - SITC into end use categories that are meaningful within the framework of the System of National Accounts (SNA), namely categories approximating the three basic classes of goods in the SNA: investment goods, intermediate goods and consumption goods.
Page 1 - See Official Records of the Economic and Social Council, Fifty-eighth Session, Supplement No.
Page 5 - Mainly for Industry 122. Mainly for Household Consumption 2. Industrial Supplies not elsewhere specified 21. Primary 22. Processed 3. Fuels and Lubricants 31. Primary 32. Processed 3 21.
Page 11 - Correlation Tables between Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (2002 edition) and Classification by Broad Economic Categories.21 The correlation table of the HS02 subheadings to BEC is contained in appendix III.
Page 2 - The present fourth revision has been prepared to take into account the more detailed description of commodities provided by the 2002 edition of the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System...