Activities of foreign majority-owned affiliates in Canada, by industry [36100447]

Description

For additional information and definitions related to the financial performance variables, refer to Financial and Taxation Statistics for Enterprises. For additional information and definitions related to the employment variable, refer to Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours (SEPH). For additional information and definitions related to merchandise imports, refer to Canadian International Merchandise Trade (custom basis) program and the Trade by Importer Characteristics - Goods (TIC) program . For additional information and definitions related to merchandise domestic exports, refer to Canadian International Merchandise Trade (custom basis), and the Trade by Exporter Characteristics - Goods (TEC) program . For additional information and definitions related to trade in commercial services, refer to Canada's International Transactions in Services survey. Some of the foreign majority-owned affiliates in the Management of companies and enterprises sector (55) are not in a consolidated corporate structure, which can lead to double counting of certain financial balance sheet measures of affiliates operations, e.g. assets, liabilities and equity. Employment for the NAICS11 sector includes the following industries only: forestry and logging (113) and support activities to forestry (1153). The other industries within this sector are currently not available in the Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours. Intramural, or 'In-house R&D' refers to expenditures made within Canada for R&D performed on-site or within an organization's establishment. For additional information and definitions refer to Annual Survey of Research and Development in Canadian Industry (RDCI) . Personnel is measured in full-time equivalent (FTE). Full-time equivalent or a person-year is equal to number of persons who work solely on research and development projects and an estimate of time of persons working only part of their time on research and development. For additional information and definitions refer to Annual Survey of Research and Development in Canadian Industry (RDCI). These concern payments and receipts made by enterprises in respect of foreign purchases of patents (sale or licensing) and unpatented inventions, know-how, trademarks, designs and patterns, technical services, industrial R&D carried out abroad, and foreign sources of funds for intramural R&D projects. Two sources were used to compile Foreign Majority-Owned Canadian Affiliates foreign receipts and payments of technological services, Annual Survey of Research and Development in Canadian Industry (RDCI) and Canada's International Transactions in Services survey. Value added is at basic prices. It is measured for the corporate sector, which normally includes legally constituted corporations, cooperatives, limited liability partnerships, notional residential units and quasi-corporations. It is calculated using an income-based approach, summing compensation of employees, gross operating surplus, and indirect taxes less subsidies on production. It is a subset of national value added. For additional information and definitions related to the value added variable, refer to National Gross Domestic Product by Income and by Expenditure Accounts (IEA).

Updated by DBnomics on
November 27, 2019
Dimensions codes and labels
[freq] Frequency
  • [A] Annual
[geogr] Geography
[nor_ame_ind_] North American Industry Classification System
[des_var] Descriptive Variable
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