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Definition: In the SIC system, auxiliary establishments (i.e., those establishments primarily serving other establishments of the same enterprise) were classified in the industry of the establishments served. In NAICS, auxiliary establishments are classified according to the services performed rather than the industry served.
Corporate, subsidiary and regional managing offices are included in NAICS Sector 55, Management of Companies and Enterprises (new). In NAICS-based tables from the 1997 Economic Census, all other auxiliary establishments are included in the separate category titled "Auxiliaries, except management of companies and enterprises," and further classified into several broad NAICS industry categories based on the type of service performed. Future economic censuses will probably not differentiate these auxiliary establishments from other establishments in the same NAICS industry.
Geographic detail: The Economic Census publishes data for Auxiliaries only for the U.S. and states.
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|Bridge Between NAICS and SIC (national only)||defines comparability of individual industries.|
|Comparative Statistics (U.S. and states)||1997 and 1992 data side by side on a comparable SIC basis|
|Nonemployer Statistics (U.S., states, counties, metros)||Nonemployers account for 0 % of establishments and .0 % of receipts in this sector, but are excluded from the reports below.|
|EC97A95A-US(RV||Miscellaneous Subjects||April 03, 1900||$25|
|EC97A95S-SB||Miscellaneous Subjects||April 03, 2001||$25|
See also the consolidated list of Economic Census reports.