Table 9. Direct requirements Coefficients (Indirect Allocation of Imports)
This table is similar to Table 6, however the values in this table factor in imports where the values in Table 6 do not. The values in a particular column of this table represent the direct requirements of supply from the industry represented by the row, when the Australian output of the industry represented by the column increases by $100.
A row in Quadrants 1 and 2, or a column in Quadrants 1 and 3 of this table represents an industry group. A row in Quadrants 3 and 4 represents a primary input or Australian production. A column in Quadrants 2 and 4 represents a final use category.
For example, the column representing the industry Other agriculture shows that this industry directly requires $1.76 of supply from the Sheep, grains, beef and dairy cattle industry, $0.81 of supply from the Poultry and other livestock industry and so on resulting in the requirements of a total supply of $43.12 to produce $100 of output.
To produce $100 of output the Other agriculture industry directly requires $11.90 of Compensation of Employees, $43.85 of Gross operating surplus & gross mixed income and so on.