# - UNIDO Industrial Demand-Supply Balance Database, ISIC Rev.4- 4 digit level "IDSB-Rev.4", 74 countries, 2005-2013
VersionVersion1: First version of UNIDO Industrial Demand-Supply Balance Database at the 4-digit level of ISIC Rev.4 (IDSB-Rev.4) prepared for dissemination through the ERF Data Portal.
OverviewUNIDO maintains a variety of databases comprising statistics of overall industrial growth, detailed data on business structure and statistics on major indicators of industrial performance by country in the historical time series. Among which is the UNIDO Industrial Demand-Supply Balance Database at the 4-digit level of ISIC (IDSB).
The IDSB contains highly disaggregated data on the manufacturing sector for the period 2005 onwards and includes trade data. The data are derived from output data reported by National Statistical Offices, as presented in the INDSTAT4 database, together with UNIDO estimates for ISIC-based international trade data, by utilizing the United Nations Commodity Trade Database (COMTRADE). The database contains data on output and on trade related items, such as imports, export and apparent consumption. The data are arranged at the 4-digit level of the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) Revision 4 pertaining to the manufacturing sector, which comprises 137 manufacturing categories.
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Aggregate data [agg]
ScopeThe IDSB contains annual time series data (in current US dollars) for eight items:
(1) Domestic output.
(2) Total imports (=5 + 6).
(3) Total exports (=7 + 8).
(4) Apparent consumption (=1 + 2 - 3).
(5) Imports from developing and emerging industrial economies.
(6) Imports from industrialized economies.
(7) Exports to developing and emerging industrial economies.
(8) Exports to industrialized economies.
The data pertain to Manufacturing and are arranged according to Revision 4 of ISIC at the 4-digit level, which comprises 137 industries, for 74 countries.
Producers and Sponsors
|Economic Research Forum|
|United Nations Industrial Development Organization|