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Layer 4: Stocks and flows
4.05. Production Flows: Manufacturing
Within the territory, what kind of information is available on materials and products moving in and out of the manufacturing industry? This should entail any material flow that is associated with economic activities in NACE code C and it can include the inputs into any manufacturing process, or the outputs (semi-finished or completely finished products). Data may be available on an economy-wide level if there is a reporting mechanism in place, or if authorities or others have done previous work on this topic. Alternatively it can be worth speaking with industry associations or local experts to see what kind of information may be available. Lastly, annual reports or websites of large companies may provide details on production of their facilities. However, this is only useful if the sector is dominated by a few players.
|Manufacturing and Services in Singapore's Economy: Twin Engines of Growth and their Asymmetric Dependencies||Journal Article||Ming Leong Kuan Ming Leong Kuan||2017||Add image|
|Total Output - Manufacturing, Annual||Dataset||Economic Development Board Economic Development Board||2017||Add image|
|SINGAPORE SUPPLY, USE AND INPUT-OUTPUT TABLES 2015||Report||Statistics et al. Department of Statistics, Ministry of Trade & Industry, Republic of Singapore||2015||Add image|
|Presentation at International Workshop “From Data to Accounts: Measuring Production in National Accounting||Presentation||Unstats Unstats||2009||Add image|