8221.0 - Manufacturing Industry, Australia, 2001-02 and 2002-03  
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APPENDIX 3 BRIDGING ABN UNIT / TAU AND MU DATA


INTRODUCTION

1 For the 2000-01 year, the manufacturing collection used the management unit (MU) as the statistical unit. The management unit was defined as the highest-level accounting unit within a business, having regard to industry homogeneity, for which accounts were maintained. In nearly all cases, it coincided with the legal entity owning the business (i.e. company, partnership, trust, sole operator, etc.).


2 For 2001-02 and later years, the statistical unit has been changed to the ABN unit for businesses with simple structures and the TAU for businesses with complex structures. (For details of the new economic statistics units model, see Explanatory Notes paragraphs 6-11.) In most cases, ABN units / TAUs concorded with the management units used for the 2000-01 year.



BRIDGING ABN UNITS / TAUs AND MANAGEMENT UNITS

3 Management unit data for 2000-01 have been updated to take account of revisions to the data since they were published in the previous issue of this publication. These revised data have then been adjusted to incorporate differences imputed from analysis of the 2001-02 and 2002-03 ABN unit / TAU data. These include the addition of non-employers to the collection, the impact of splitting (see Explanatory Notes paragraphs 14-15), differences between industry codes allocated (to some businesses) by the ATO and those assigned by the ABS, and the addition and use of BIT data sourced from the ATO (see Appendix 2).


4 The following two tables show 2000-01 manufacturing industry estimates for, respectively, management units and ABN units / TAUs (which reflect all of the changes described in the previous paragraph) for the data items: sales and service income, wages and salaries, and industry value added. The third table shows the percentage difference between these estimates.

Management unit estimates(a), 2000-01

Industry subdivision
Sales and service income(b)
Wages and salaries(c)
Industry value added
ANZSIC
code
Description
$m
$m
$m

21Food, beverage and tobacco mfg
56,989.9
7,436.1
14,867.3
22Textile, clothing, footwear and leather mfg
9,085.1
1,748.0
2,580.6
23Wood and paper product mfg
14,660.4
2,420.9
4,842.1
24Printing, publishing and recorded media
16,940.3
3,963.4
6,895.9
25Petroleum, coal, chemical and associated
product mfg
46,005.4
4,940.1
9,620.0
26Non-metallic mineral product mfg
9,776.6
1,719.6
3,593.7
27Metal product mfg
42,513.2
6,177.7
13,573.1
28Machinery and equipment mfg
50,200.7
8,639.6
13,428.3
29Other manufacturing
6,941.9
1,580.1
2,423.4
21-29Total manufacturing
253,113.4
38,625.5
71,824.3

(a) See Appendix 3 paragraph 3.
(b) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(c) Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.

ABN UNIT / TAU ESTIMATES(a), 2000-01

INDUSTRY SUBDIVISION
Sales and service income(b)
Wages and salaries(c)
Industry value added
ANZSIC codeDescription
$m
$m
$m

21Food, beverage and tobacco mfg
62,342.5
7,886.2
16,059.4
22Textile, clothing, footwear and leather mfg
11,483.9
1,958.6
3,079.7
23Wood and paper product mfg
16,602.2
2,596.5
5,701.2
24Printing, publishing and recorded media
18,863.1
4,339.7
7,471.5
25Petroleum, coal, chemical and associated
product mfg
47,516.5
5,087.6
9,905.2
26Non-metallic mineral product mfg
10,531.7
1,796.1
3,863.0
27Metal product mfg
46,031.5
6,401.9
14,800.1
28Machinery and equipment mfg
52,557.4
9,186.4
14,756.2
29Other manufacturing
10,849.1
2,090.9
3,676.5
21-29Total manufacturing
276,777.9
41,343.8
79,312.7

(a) See Appendix 3 paragraph 3. Also, relative standard errors are not available for these data.
(b) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(c) Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.

Percentage difference(a)

Difference between ABN unit / TAU and management unit estimates of
Industry subdivision
Sales and service income(b)
Wages and salaries(c)
Industry value added
ANZSIC
code
Description
%
%
%

21Food, beverage and tobacco mfg
9.4
6.1
8.0
22Textile, clothing, footwear and leather mfg
26.4
12.0
19.3
23Wood and paper product mfg
13.2
7.3
17.7
24Printing, publishing and recorded media
11.4
9.5
8.3
25Petroleum, coal, chemical and associated
product mfg
3.3
3.0
3.0
26Non-metallic mineral product mfg
7.7
4.4
7.5
27Metal product mfg
8.3
3.6
9.0
28Machinery and equipment mfg
4.7
6.3
9.9
29Other manufacturing
56.3
32.3
51.7
21-29Total manufacturing
9.3
7.0
10.4

(a) See Appendix 3 paragraph 3. Also, relative standard errrors are not available for these data.
(b) Includes rent, leasing and hiring.
(c) Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.