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İndicator 9.2.1 Manufacturing value added as a proportion of GDP and per capita


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İndicator name: Manufacturing value added as a proportion of GDP and per capita
1 1 Contact
1.1 Contact organisation The State Statistical Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan
1.2 Contact organisation unit Department of National Accounts and Macro-economic Indicators Statistics
1.3 Contact name Nuru Suleymanov
1.4 Contact person function Head of Department of National Accounts and Macro-economic Indicators Statistics
1.5 Contact mail address Baku-AZ 1136, Inshaatchilar Avenue 81
1.6 Contact email address nuru@azstat.org
1.7 Contact phone number +99412 538 74 50
1.8 Contact fax number +99412 538 24 42
2 1 Metadata update
2.1 Metadata last certified 7/26/2018
2.2 Metadata last posted 7/26/2018
2.3 Metadata last update
3 1 Statistical presentation
3.1 Data description Gross domestic product (GDP) weight of added value of processing industry. The ratio between the added value of the processing industry and the GDP is the ratio, and both are shown in hard currency AZN (without inflation) for 2010.
3.2 Classification system IFNT (NACE) Rev. 2 third version
3.3 Sector coverage It is a combination of raw materials, materials and semi-finished products from industrial production and other industries, as well as industrial enterprises engaged in the processing of agriculture, forestry and other raw materials. According to the classification of economic activities, it includes food, drinks, tobacco, textile, clothing, leather and leather goods, footwear, furniture, woodworking, paper and cardboard, polygraphy, petroleum products, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, rubber and plastics, non-metallic mineral products, metallurgy, machinery and equipment, computer, electronic and optical products, and electrical equipment manufacturing.
3.4 Statistical concepts and definitions The value added of the processing industry is widely accepted by researchers and policy makers and is a widely used indicator for measuring the country's industrialization level. The specific weight of the value added of the processing industry in GDP reflects the role of the processing industry in the economy and the overall national development of the country. The added value of the processing industry per capita is a key indicator of the level of industrialization of the country that is adapted to the size of the country's economy. One of the main purposes of statistics for the value added of each of the population of the processing industry is the grouping of countries in terms of industrial development.
3.5 Statistical unit The information needed to calculate the volume of the processing industry is collected from legal entities and individual entrepreneurship entities. At the same time, the volume of industrial products manufactured by households is derived through a sample examination and is included in the overall summary of the country, and is not taken into account in the separate regions and cities. The gross domestic product is an indicator of economic growth in all sectors of the economy.
3.6 Statistical population The main industry in the calculation of the volume of industrial production is industry. During the periodic, quarterly period, information is obtained from the subjects of small and medium-sized businesses and by the method of large and small entrepreneurship.
3.7 Reference area Total aggregate value is determined by deducting intermediate consumption from production and is equivalent to the amount generated during deduction of production and import subsidies from total aggregate earnings of government and companies, aggregate mixed (from different sources) income from individual companies and other taxes (excluding net taxes on goods and services) (National Accounts System 2008). The processing industry refers to industry-specific areas of all types of economic activities that are identified in the International Standard Area Classification (BSST) version IV, Section C and III, Section D.
3.8 Time coverage The scope of the processing industry covers all the years and has a range of dynamics. The domestic product was officially calculated in 1992, covering the 1990-1991 period.
3.9 Base period
4 1 Unit of measure percentage
5 1 Reference period annual
6 1 Institutional mandate
6.1 Legal acts and other agreements The Gross Domestic Product is calculated on the basis of the 1993 and 2008 Concept of National Accounts issued by international organizations (European Economic Commission, Economic Cooperation and Development Authority, United Nations, International Monetary Fund and World Bank).
6.2 Data sharing No other administrative data sources are used to calculate the volume of the manufacturing industry (works, services), and only the State Statistical Committee participates in its calculation. GDP - All international organizations and local users
7 1 Confidentiality
7.1 Confidentiality - policy In accordance with the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan "On official statistics", preliminary information is forbidden.
7.2 Confidentiality - data treatment The State Statistical Committee guarantees the confidentiality of the initial data.
8 1 Release policy
8.1 Release calendar The dissemination of information on the volume of the processing industry product is based on the IMF general standard on dissemination of information and on the approved Statistical Data and Information Disclosure Schedule. Monthly growth rate of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is settled on the 10th day of the reporting month, 45th day after the quarterly reporting period and January 15 of the following year, and is posted on the official website of the State Statistical Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
8.2 Release calendar access https://www.stat.gov.az/menu/4/publications/
8.3 User access https://www.stat.gov.az/source/system_nat_accounts/; https://www.stat.gov.az/menu/13/
9 1 Frequency of dissemination annual
10 1 Accessibility and clarity
10.1 News release It is spread both in paper and electronic versions.
10.2 Publications Information on the processing industry is posted on the Committee's website every month in accordance with the work plan of the State Statistical Committee's Office. Information on GDP is published in the monthly bulletin "Social-economic development", annual "National Accounts of Azerbaijan" and "Statistical Indicators of Azerbaijan".
10.3 On-line database https://www.stat.gov.az/source/system_nat_accounts/; https://www.stat.gov.az/menu/13/
10.4 Micro-data access Access to micro-credits may be made in exceptional cases in accordance with the law on official statistics with the permission of the State Statistical Committee.
10.5 Other In addition to MHS-1993 and 2008, the AHS-2010 methodological recommendations are used to calculate Gross Domestic Product Growth Rate.
10.6 Documentation on methodology A methodological material about the real GDP growth rate can be found in publications titled "Key Indicators on Statistics, National Accounts of Azerbaijan" or in this link  http://www/stat.gov.az/menu/7/other_metadata/.
10.7 Quality documentation ISO certificate for production and dissemination of official statistics data has been issued
11 1 Quality management
11.1 Quality assurance The State Statistical Committee has implemented a quality management system in line with ISO 9001 international standard. In 2013, an external audit of the quality management system was conducted by the State Statistical Committee and in August of the same year, the ISO 9001: 2008 international standard on "Production and dissemination of official statistics data" compliance certificate has been obtained. After the change in the international standard in 2015, all documents of the quality management system have been revised in accordance with the requirements of ISO 9001: 2015. On March 9-10, 2017, the State Statistical Committee received an external audit (Certification Audit) compliance with the ISO 9001: 2015 international quality standard and obtained a certificate of conformity to the ISO 9001: 2015 international standard in the field of "Production and Distribution of Official Statistics" has been made. http://www.stat.gov.az/menu/2/quality/az/sertifikat_2015.pdf
11.2 Quality assessment İmplemented by Department of Quality Management and Metadata 
12 1 Relevance
12.1 User needs Processing industry: Once a year, meetings with users are held on industry statistics and their needs are assessed. The main users of the PPM are: • The Ministry of Economy (IN), the Central Bank • other government agencies • International Monetary Fund (IMF), • World Bank (WB) the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, and other government agencies and international organizations.
12.2 User satisfaction Questionnaire on user satisfaction was posted on the official website of the State Statistical Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan
12.3 Completeness All components of GDP covered by National Accounts System (NAS)-1993 and National Accounts System (NAS)-2008
13 1 Accuracy and reliability
13.1 Overall accuracy When collecting data on legal entities and individual entrepreneurs, the finishing method is applied.
13.2 Sampling error non available
13.3 Non-sampling error The non-selective error is carried out in accordance with the "Rules on classification and elimination of errors in reporting data", approved by the order of the State Statistical Committee of 4 January 2013, number 4 / t.
14 1 Timeliness and punctuality
14.1 Timeliness The first clarification of annual GDP data is October 15; first quarter of quarterly data (I quarter) until 30th September of the current year, the date of finalization - up to September 30 of the following year; (II quarter) - until the 30th of December, 30th of the next year; (III quarter) until 30 March of the following year, the final clarification date - up to 30 September next year; (IV quarter) - until 30 June of the next year, the final clarification - until September 30 of the next year; year - until March 30 of the next year, the date of finalization - till September 30, next year. The length of time between data retrieval and calculation of data on the volume of processing industry product is not more than 2 business days.
14.2 Punctuality Indicator information is prepared on a timely schedule of statistical work schedule
15 1 Coherence and comparability
15.1 Comparability - geographical The manufacturing industry is comparable across the country as well as regions calculated by GDP
15.2 Comparability - over time Comparison is provided
15.3 Coherence - cross domain If quarterly and yearly changes are made to any indicator, annual information is updated, taking into account this change
15.4 Coherence - internal Monthly data is quarterly, quarterly, yearly and yearly.
16 1 Cost and burden Respondents are not paid.
17 1 Data revision
17.1 Data revision - policy Data clarification policy is carried out according to the "Regulation on Review of Information on Key Statistical Data," approved by Order No. 60 / t of the State Statistics Committee dated 10.05.2016. This document is available to the public and posted on the Committee's website in the Statistical Publications section.
17.2 Data revision - practice Rule of review of information on key statistical indicators. http://www.stat.gov.az/menu/6/information_regulations/reg_05_2016.pdf
18 1 Statistical processing
18.1 Source data The source for information is legal and physical persons engaged in industrial production, as well as households.
18.2 Frequency of data collection annually
18.3 Data collection Data is available online.
18.4 Data validation Each component is checked in consistency with international standards
18.5 Data compilation GDP data are collected and processed by the State Statistics Committee's branch offices, the Central Bank, the Ministry of Taxes, the Ministry of Finance and other administrative sources. Impressions are being made for a number of industrial enterprises, especially food products manufactured by households. Data on the production of households' processing industry are based on selective examinations, and statistical surveys are conducted once every five years. However, the qualifying data for the district and the cities are not covered by the General Assembly due to the small size of the selection of individual districts and cities, and the probability of a high level of error that may occur, which is only calculated nationally.
18.6 Adjustment The amendments are made in accordance with the methodological recommendations in accordance with the "Rules on classification and elimination of errors in reporting data" and data revision, approved by the State Statistical Committee.
19 1 Comment No additional comments.