Any branch of production—especially manufacturing
Productivity; the stage when children develop and use their skills to accomplish tasks in school and in life
Scheme The industry/sector of which this instrument is a member.
There are three ways of identifying industry or industrial production: Not agriculture, that is, not production directly from the land; Mining, Manufacturing and Energy sectors of production; A ‘way of organizing production that assumes there is a constant process of technical and social change which continually increases society’s capacity to produce a wide range of goods’ (Hewitt et al. 1992: 3-6, quoted in Kiely 1998: 3).
The name given to the sectors of the economy for example, mining industry, financial services industry, travel industry etc.
a modern company with extensive experience in manufacturing and international trade
The manufacturing (making) and selling of a particular type of good or service - for example the auto industry.
CSP Manual provides that, in the context of CSP, 'industry' is used as a generic term to include non-Defence organisations in the public sector (eg. the Department of Finance and Administration (DOFA)), as well those firms in the private sector that are engaged in such areas as providing services and manufacturing goods. The CSP seeks to have Defence compete with those industries that have a capacity to perform the function or activity.
The specific branch of manufacture or trade measured using Indata industry groupings.
A commercial undertaking that provides services or is involved in the trade or manufacture of goods.
The sector of an economy that includes mining, construction, manufacturing, electricity, gas, and water.
A recognized sector of the economy employing a significant number of people. Also, hard work. [D02846] Webster All concerns primarily engaged in similar line s of activity, as listed and described in the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Manual. [D03512] GAT
Manufacturing goods from raw materials, such as cloth from cotton or machine parts from iron.
Any particular type of productivity, manufacturing, enterprise, etc.