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SIC

Abbr. for “Standard Industrial Classification.”
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* American Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes are used.
New features include: the ability to check data against telephone and fax preference service (TPS/FPS); lists to ensure that companies registered with the preference service are not targeted; access to named individuals at director level; and, in addition to searching via Thomson Directories' own database across 1,900 headings, users will be able to search across the extensive Standard Industrial Classification codes offering greater choice to search for the information needed.
The system also provides a host of marketing information on companies, including standard industrial classification codes, telephone and fax contact numbers and the amount of employees.
The North American Industry Classification System will replace the Standard Industrial Classification, establishing a new measure of all industry in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
Until recently, according to the Standard Industrial Classification Manual issued by the Office of Management and Budget in Washington, D.C., the assumption was that dance schools were turn-of-the-century, public dime-a-dance halls and, therefore, a source of recreation.
economy, the Economic Census uses a new business classification system, the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS,) in place of the 60-year-old Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system.
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) 3052, covering rubber and plastics flat belting.
[sections] 1.861-8(e)(3)(i)(b) provides that a taxpayer shall determine the relevant product categories by reference to the three-digit classification of the Standard Industrial Classification Manual (SIC codes).
job type as measured by Standard Industrial Classification, gender, marital status, age, number of dependents, length of employment with the company, length of time on the specific job, weekly wage, event county) and injury variables (injury source, accident type, nature of injury, part of body injured) to the criterion variable of amount of time taken in returning to work after an industrial injury.
patents into fifty-seven different categories of which forty-three are unique product groups corresponding roughly to two digit SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) categories.
In 1952, the Advisory Council on Federal Reports undertook the first major review of the Standard Industrial Classification. For this purpose, twenty-seven committees were established to undertake a review by sector.
The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) was utilized to categorize survey responses.

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