North American Industry Classification System
- (NAICS)In 1997, this system replaced the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC), a division of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Its function is to analyze the economic changes in technology, growth, and diversification of services across the three North American Free Trade Agreement partners: Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
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North American Industry Classification System — ˌNorth Aˌmerican ˌIndustry Classifiˈcation ˌSystem written abbreviation NAICS noun ECONOMICS a system developed by the US, Canada, and Mexico in which each industry has a number, used to describe which group a company belongs to. It replaced the… … Financial and business terms
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