The Jamaica Industrial Classification 2005 (JIC 2005) is a
classification of economic activities associated with the production of goods
and services in Jamaica. JIC 2005 was first published in October 2008 and is
modelled off the 3rd revision of the International Standard
Industrial Classification (ISIC Rev.3) produced by the United Nations. It
replaces the Jamaica Industrial Classification of 1987 (JIC 1987).
The revised JIC features the following:-
- A broad and detailed Classification Structure
- Annotations that explain the activities that are included at
the class level and point to where related activities are found >
- Conversion Tables that compare the classification categories and
associated codes with those of the previous version of the classification
- An Alphabetical Index.
JIC 2005 broad structure
orders all economic activity
into 17 sections or industries compared with 10 recorded in the previous edition
of the JIC.
The detailed classification with over 300 Classes and more
than 780 detailed activity groupings is available in the publication.