ESEE SECTOR CONCEPT CNAE-2009
1
Meat products 101
2
Food and tobacco 102 a 109, 120
3
Beverage 110
4
Textiles and clothing 131 a 133, 139, 141 a 143
5
Leather, fur and footwear 151 + 152
6
Timber 161 + 162
7
Paper 171 + 172
8
Printing 181 + 182
9
Chemicals and pharmaceuticals 201 a 206, 211 + 212
10
Plastic and rubber products 221 + 222
11
Nonmetal mineral products 231 a 237, 239
12
Basic metal products 241 a 245
13
Fabricated metal products 251 a 257, 259
14
Machinery and equipment 281 a 284, 289
15
Computer products, electronics and optical 261 a 268
16
Electric materials and accessories 271 a 275, 279
17
Vehicles and accessories 291 a 293
18
Other transport equipment 301 a 304, 309
19
Furniture 310
20
Other manufacturing 321 a 325, 329


Sectoral aggregation used in graphics (*)

GOODS
ESEE SECTORS
Final consumption
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 19 y 20
Intermediate goods
6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 y 16
Capital goods
13, 14, 15, 17 y 18

 

(*) Note on sectoral aggregation:

Regulation (EC) 656/2007 of the Commissionof June 14, 2007, concerning short-term statistics as regards the definition of Main Industrial Groupings (MIGS) awarded the headings of NACE rev. 2 to aggregated classification categories. Depending on the award, and considering that the level of disaggregation of the ESEE is, without exception, the 2-digit, has proceeded to the identification of four aggregates or large sectors: Consumer durables and capital goods non-durable consumer, we added the title of final consumption, capital goods and intermediate goods.