6422.0 - Information Paper: Producer Price Indexes Developments, 1999  
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10.1 The index series presented above will be updated and released on a regular basis, but in a format which has not yet been finally determined.

10.2 Over the next 18 months, it is also planned to complete work in relation to a range of other ANZSIC classes in the Transport and Storage Division and the Property and Business Services Division. This work is currently in various stages of progress. The industry classes are listed below:

      • Scheduled International Air Transport - ANZSIC 6401 (part)
      • Scheduled Domestic Air Transport - ANZSIC 6402 (part)
      • Information Storage and Retrieval Services - ANZSIC 7832
      • Computer Maintenance Services - ANZSIC 7833
      • Computer Consultancy Services - ANZSIC 7834
      • Accounting Services - ANZSIC 7842
      • Advertising Services - ANZSIC 7851
      • Employment Placement Services - ANZSIC 7861
      • Contract Staff Services - ANZSIC 7862
      • Secretarial Services - ANZSIC 7863
      • Security and Investigative Services (Except Police) - ANZSIC 7864
      • Pest Control Services - ANZSIC 7865
      • Cleaning Services - ANZSIC 7866.

10.3 Within the same time frame, work will also commence on developing indexes for a number of additional industry classes within the Business Services Subdivision.

10.4 Once indexes have been established for the bulk of the industry classes within the Transport and Storage Division and the Property and Business Services Division, a coverage of about one - third of the gross output of the market component of the services sector will have been achieved.

10.5 Given that over 20% of the output of service industries flows to private final consumption expenditure (as opposed to intermediate usage by businesses) - especially in areas such as accommodation and restaurants, health, education and personal services - then the CPI data base will provide an extensive range of data to augment this data on business usage.

10.6 To place this coverage in context, the table below shows the contribution of different goods and services sectors (in terms of ANZSIC Divisions) to gross output of the market economy. It is based on data contained in table 4 of 1993 - 94 Australian National Accounts, Input - Output Tables (Cat. no. 5209.0). The data reflect Total supply, in basic prices, excluding the value of supply flowing to Government final consumption expenditure and the output of the nominal industry Ownership of dwellings.


TOTAL MARKET SUPPLY BY ANZSIC DIVISION, 1993-94
Description
$b
% of Total
% of Services

AAgriculture, etc.
27
4.4
. . 
BMining
33
5.4
. . 
CManufacturing
183
29.9
. . 
DElectricity, Gas, Water
20
3.3
. . 
EConstruction
50
8.2
. . 
A - E
GOODS
313
51.1
. . 
FWholesale Trade
38
6.2
12.7
GRetail Trade
37
6.0
12.4
HAccommodation, Cafes & Restaurants
17
2.8
5.7
ITransport & Storage
39
6.4
13.0
JCommunications
17
2.8
5.7
KFinance & Insurance
39
6.4
13.0
LProperty & Business Services
57
9.3
19.1
MGovernment Admin & Defence
8
1.3
2.7
NEducation
7
1.1
2.3
OHealth & Community Services
20
3.3
6.7
PCulture & Recreation
12
2.0
4.0
QPersonal & Other
8
1.3
2.7
F - Q
SERVICES
299
48.9
100.0
TOTAL
612
100.0
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