There were 18 questions in the questionnaire. The first 12 questions were on identification information. Questions
13-16 were on inputs and output and question number 17 and 18 were about the investment and labor of the
The value of goods moved out, receipt of industrial services done for others and opening and closing stocks of output were collected to compile the gross output.
Inputs were the addition of value of raw materials consumed of the year 2002. (i.e. Cost of raw materials adjusted for stocks ) and the consumption of electricity, fuel and water. Book value at the beginning of the year, gross additions during the year, and Depreciation were canvassed under the four components of fixed assets namely, Land, Building and Other Constructions, Machinery and Other Equipment and Transport Equipment.
The information on employment and earnings, was collected under two sub categories National and Non-Nationals. The number of male and female national persons engaged were collected separately, but salaries were canvassed only for the total number of employees. In addition to the above non-national employees and their salaries also were canvassed.
Further information extracted from the report : -
Information on output has been collected on shipment basis. The variables canvassed were the value of products moved out from the establishment, value of stocks of finished goods and receipts from industrial services rendered to others.
a. Value of products moved out
i. Value of products made by the establishment using its own raw materials.
ii. Products made by another establishment using material inputs owned by the establishment,
have been considered, as the products made by the establishment and the following three
situations have been considered as the moving out.
i. sending to another establishment or a person
ii. sending to another branch of the same enterprise
iii. sending abroad
These products were valued at the price at which the producer disposes of his goods to the customer (i.e. producer's price). All duties and taxes which fell on the products when they leave the establishment are included and subsidies recovered are excluded. Price rebates, discounts and allowances on returned goods allowed to the customer have been deducted and any transport charges which may be invoiced to the purchaser or user have been excluded. Products released to other establishments of the same enterprise have been treated as though sold and valued at producer's prices.
b. Stocks of finished goods
The values of stocks of finished goods at the beginning and at the end of the year 2002 have been collected. This consists of all finished goods made by the establishment using their own raw materials and manufactured by another establishment using raw materials owned by this establishment and ready for release. Finished goods held by the establishment which were made from materials owned by others have been excluded. Valuation is in producer's prices.
c. Receipts from Industrial Services
The total value of receipts from
i. Contract and Commission work done for others on materials owned by them,
ii. Repairs and installation work done for others,
iii. Sales of scraps and refuses,
iv. Own account investment work, have been included here.
d. Value of output
The value of output was obtained from the value of shipments and other receipts of Industrial
Services adjusted for changes in the values of stocks of finished goods during the reference
period. Value of Output = (Value of products moved out) +
(Closing stocks of finished goods) - (Opening stocks of finished goods) + (Receipts from Industrial Services)
Information on inputs has been collected covering the costs of
a. Raw materials, parts and components and packing materials (Imported and Indigenous) consumed,
b. Industrial services done by others for the establishment,
c. Fuel, Electricity & Water consumed.
a. Cost of raw materials, parts and components and packing materials
i. Cost of raw materials, packing materials purchased
All material inputs ( Raw materials, parts, components containers and supplies) purchased by the establishment for the production process either in this establishment or in another establishment have been included. All materials have been valued at purchaser's prices. ie. The delivered value at the establishment, including the purchase price transport charges, cost of insurance, all taxes and duties on the goods. Discounts or rebates allowed to the purchaser and the value of packing materials returned to the supplier have been deducted. The value of materials owned by others and received by the establishment for production process have been excluded and material inputs received by the
establishment from other establishments of the same enterprise (not purchased) for processing have been valued as if purchased.
ii. Values of stocks of raw materials and packing materials etc. The opening and closing stocks of all input materials (imported and indigenous) including packing materials which are purchased (or treated as purchased) have been included. The valuation was at purchaser's prices. The stocks of raw material used for
own account work for producing own fixed assets have been excluded.
b. Cost of industrial services done by others
The total cost of
i. Contract and commission work done by others on materials supplied by the establishments and
ii. Repairs and maintenance services provided by others.
c. Fuel, electricity and water consumed
The total of the values of Fuel (LP Gas, Coal and Charcoal, Petrol, Diesel Oil, Furnace Oil,
Kerosene Oil, Firewood and others) Electricity and Water consumed has been included.
Raw Materials Consumed
Raw materials consumed (i.e. actually used) has been computed by adjusting stocks of raw materials to the total value of raw materials (imported and indigenous) and packing materials purchased. Raw materials and packing materials consumed;
= (Raw materials and packing materials purchased (Imported + Indigenous)) +(Opening stocks of materials) - (Closing stocks of materials)
Value of Inputs
The total value of raw materials consumed, cost of industrial services done by others
and Fuel, Electricity and Water consumed have been defined as the value of Inputs.
Value added has been defined as the difference of the value of output and value of inputs i.e. value of Output - value of Inputs.
Fixed Capital Assets
The book value at the beginning of the year, value of gross additions during the year and depreciation of all assets with productive life of one year or more, owned by the establishment (i.e. Land, Buildings, Other Constructions and Land Improvements, Machinery and Other equipment, Transport equipment) have been collected. Leased or rented assets have not been included.
a. Book value at the beginning of the year
This refers to the original cost price of the item less its depreciation, less assets retired and sold up to the beginning of the year.
b. Gross additions to fixed assets during the year
This is defined as the total of the costs of new and second hand fixed assets acquired during the year and alterations, renovations and improvements purchased, cost of own account work less the value of sales of used fixed assets. Valuation of fixed assets acquired from others was to be at the delivered price plus cost of installation and any necessary fees and taxes. Valuation of fixed assets produced own account had to be valued with imputation for own labor and materials used and an allocation for over head costs. Value of sales of used assets were to be at actual amounts realized.
Employment and Earnings
The information obtained on employment related to the number of persons engaged in the establishment.
a. Number of persons engaged
This is defined as the total number of persons who work in or for the establishment, including working proprietors, active partners, unpaid family workers, operatives and all other employees.
b. Working proprietors and active partners
All individual proprietors and partners who are actively engaged in the work of the establishment have been included here.
c. Unpaid family workers
All persons living in the household of the owners and working in the establishment, with out a regular pay, for at least one third of the normal working time of the establishment and non household members who do work without pay were included.
All paid employees who were directly engaged in the production or related activities of the establishment including any clerical or working supervisory personal whose function was to record or expedite any step in the production process have been considered as operatives.
e. Other Employees
All paid employees excluding those covered as operatives are reported here, eg. Managers, Directors, Laboratory and research workers, clerks, typists etc.
f. Wages and Salaries
All payments whether in cash or in kind made by the employers during the year 2002 in connection with the work done to all " employees " had been included here.
i. All regular and overtime cash payments houses and cost of living allowances.
ii. Wages and salaries paid during vacation sick leaves
iii. Taxes and social insurance contribution
iv. Payments in land.