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8159.0 - Experimental Estimates for the Manufacturing Industry, 2009-10  
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STATES AND TERRITORIES

State/territory contribution to sales and service income was the largest for New South Wales with $114.1b, followed by Victoria ($103.3b) and Queensland ($67.6b). New South Wales was the largest state/territory contributor to wages and salaries with $16.0b, followed by Victoria ($15.2b) and Queensland ($9.1b). State/territory contribution to employment was largest for New South Wales with 287,600 persons, followed by Victoria (277,800 persons) and Queensland (181,000 persons).


Subdivision Contribution to States

For New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, the largest manufacturing subdivision was Food product manufacturing (11), accounting for approximately 17.2% to 23.0% of wages and salaries, sales and service income and employment.

In South Australia, Food product manufacturing (11) was also the largest contributor to employment (20.2%) and sales and service income (19.5%), with Transport equipment manufacturing (23) contributing the most to wages and salaries (15.7%).

In Western Australia, Primary metal and metal product manufacturing (21) was the largest contributor to sales and service income (43.5%) and wages and salaries (19.3%) and Fabricated metal product manufacturing (22) contributed the most to employment (18.9%).

In Tasmania, Food product manufacturing (11) accounted for 34.9% of the state's employment at end June.


State Contribution to ANZSIC Subdivisions

For most subdivisions, the largest contributors were New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, accounting collectively for approximately 72.5% to 87.2% of wages and salaries, sales and service income and employment. Exceptions were Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing (12) and Pulp, paper and converted paper product manufacturing (15), where South Australia featured, and Primary metal and metal product manufacturing (21) and Basic chemical and chemical product manufacturing (18), where Western Australia featured.


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