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  • PRESENTATION FOR USERS PRODUCERS WORKSHOP Industrial Statistics AT SBP KARACHI MAY 8-9, 2006 Federal Bureau of Statistics
    • Introduction
    • CMI is conducted under the Industrial Statistics Act 1942 in collaboration with,
      • Provincial Directorates of Industries &
      • Provincial Bureaus of Statistics
    • Objectives
    • CMI measures production and structural changes of large scale manufacturing and provides basic data on Fixed Assets, Employment & Employment Cost, Industrial Taxes, Value of Input & Output and Census Value Added etc. It also provides weights for the QIM
    Census of Manufacturing Industries (CMI)
  • Scope and Coverage CMI covers establishments engaged in manufacturing activities for part or whole of the year with single or joint ownership/control and are registered under Factories Act 1934. However, defence manufacturing workshops are excluded from the preview of CMI Frequency: After every five Years. Last CMI was done in 2000-01 Census of Manufacturing Industries (CMI)
  • QIM Weights Census of Manufacturing Industries (CMI)
    • Basis is 2000-01 CMI Census value added:
    • Census value of production =
            • - Industrial cost
            • - Indirect taxes
            • + Subsidies
    • Weights at industry level are derived as % of total large scale manufacturing
  • Weights derived from CMI 1.7599 Leather and Leather Products 323 0.5162 Footwear 324 3.3623 Wearing Apparel 322 3.3682 Ginning of Fibre 325 0.8245 Beverage Industry 313 3.0551 Tobacco Manufacturing 314 0.0723 Wood and Wood Products 331 28.1429 Textile Manufacturing 320-321 13.9963 Food Manufacturing 311-312 Weights Industry Ind. Code
  • Weights derived from CMI 0.1233 Furniture 332 1.0042 Paper and Products 341 0.3439 Printing and Publishing 342 5.2143 Pharmaceuticals 350 8.588 Industrial Chemicals 351 1.6395 Other Chemicals 352 5.232 Petroleum Refining 353, 354 0.4025 Rubber Products 355 0.8653 Plastic Products 356 Weights Industry Ind. Code
  • Weights derived from CMI 1.2304 Metal Products 380, 381 1.2808 Machinery 382 0.0598 Non-Ferrous Metals 372 3.1995 Electrical Machinery 383 0.3650 Glass Products 362 4.5821 Other non-metal Products 369 4.4560 Transport Equipment 384 4.8853 Iron and Steel 371 0.2155 Pottery, ceramics 361 Weights Industry Ind. Code
  • Weights derived from CMI 100.00 Large Scale Manufacturing 3 0.2736 Other Manufacturing Industries 393, 394 0.0001 Optical Goods 386 0.0288 Handicrafts 391 0.4543 Sports and Athletic Goods 392 0.4581 Measuring Instruments 385 Weights Industry Ind. Code
  • QIM is the indicator of real growth rate of value added of Large Scale Manufacturing Industries Present base: 1999-2000 Frequency: monthly/annual No. of items covered: 100 Weight covered: 75.08% of the total value added Formula used: Laspeyer’s In = X 100 Wi Where I n = Index for the nth period, Q n = Quantity of an item in the nth period (current period), W i = Weight of ith item value in base period, and Wi = P o = Price of ith item and Q o = Quantity of ith item in the base period Large Scale Manufacturing Industries (QIM) Quantum Index of          x Wi Q o Q n QoPo QoPo 
    • Sources of Data
      • Oil Companies Advisory Committee (OCAC),
      • Ministry of Industries & Production and
      • Provincial Bureaus of Statistics
      • National Refinery Ltd, Pakistan Electrical Manufacturers Association, Pakistan Cotton Crop Assessment Committee
    Large Scale Manufacturing Industries (QIM) Quantum Index of 25.2458 52 BOS 75.075 100 ALL 44.5972 37 MO Ind. 5.232 11 OCAC Weight No of Items Sources
  • Scope SHMI covers all un-registered household units & small establishments engaged in manufacturing activities having less than 10 employees. Objective SHMI measures production and structural changes in small scale manufacturing establishments and household manufacturing units. It provides data on employment and employment cost, input and output value, value added in the small scale manufacturing sector Survey of Small Scale & Household Manufacturing Industries (SHMI)
  • Frequency Conducted every ten years Growth Rate Inter census growth rate of value added is worked out for the purpose of GDP which is applied constantly till next survey Survey conducted for rebasing in 1999-2000 estimated growth rate at 7.51 % which is being applied to work out gross value added for Small Scale Manufacturing sector since 1999-2000 Survey of Small Scale & Household Manufacturing Industries (SHMI)
    • CMI data is collected by Provincial Directorates of Industries through mail enquiry resulting in poor response and longer time in retrieval of schedules
    • Manpower, Transport &Computing equipment constraints being faced by Provincial Bureaus and Directorates of Industries
    • Frame of the manufacturing establishments, developed by Provincial Directorates of Labour, need improvement
    Limitations
  • Plan for Improvement
    • Need to develop a business register, which should:
      • be continuously updated
      • cover all private & public economic activity
      • classify the economic activities
      • comprise some main economic quantities like No. of
      • Employees, Capacity, Annual Sales, etc
    • Crucial point will be the provision & updation of addresses by public & private sectors establishments on regular basis