Advances in Input-Output Analysis: Technology, Planning, and Development

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APPENDIX
s Function
0014-20 Miscellaneous cereals
2012-30 Animal oil and fat
2070-00 Sugar manufacturing
2092-00 Prepared feed for animal and poultry
2306-00 Synthetic fiber yarn
2313-00 Synthetic fiber fabric
3112-30 Methanol derivatives
3116-10 Synthetic resin for fiber
3210-00 Petroleum refinery products
(including grease and lubricating oil)
3416-00 Steel pipes and tubes
3421-10 Copper
3421-20 Lead
3605-10 Office machinery
3840-00 Repair of motor vehicles
5120-00 Gas supply
r Function
1. Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries
0011-240 Wheat (domestic)
0014-310 Soybeans (domestic)
0014-610 Coffee beans and cocoa beans (imported)
0014-990 Field crops for feed
0016-190 Other dairy products
0016-410 Beef cattle meat
0016-910 Wool
0016-920 Meat by other livestock raising
0017-020 By-products of sericulture
0020-090 Other agricultural services
0212-220 Firewood
0220-020 Logs (imported)
2. Mining
1101-030 Coal for general use, and lignite
1101-040 Anthracite
1210-010 Iron ore (domestic)
1220-100 Copper ore
1301-020 Crude petroleum (imported)
1302-200 Natural gas (imported)
1990-900 Other nonmetal ores
3. Food and Tobacco Manufacturing
2011-030 By-products of slaughtering
2040-100 Canned or bottled marine products

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