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Etymology: L
thus.

SIC

Abbreviation for:
self-intermittent catheterisation
serum insulin concentration
soluble immune complex
specific inhalation challenge
State Insurance Commission
Statement of Internal Control

sic

[L.] thus; a parenthetical insertion in text to call attention to something anomalous which exactly reproduces the original.
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Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system was developed in the 1930's and early 1940's.
Taxpayers had to allocate income into specified product categories that are based on a two-digit Standard Industrial Classification System (SIC), and then match the related research expenses with that income.
The structure was modified to conform to the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).
estimates for 1987, from the 1972 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) to the 1987 SIC.
By contrast, subparagraph (3) of the regulation narrowly defines a Product Class as the five-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code published by the Bureau of the Census.
A foundry is included in these reporting requirements if it is included in the Standard Industrial Classification Codes 20 through 39.
Data for the 1997 Economic Census of the Virgin Islands are reported on a Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) basis, but future censuses will use the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), which shows data for more than 350 new industries and 10 new sectors.
An employer's reference to the Enterprise Standard Industrial Classification (ESIC) Manual prepared by the Statistical Policy Division of the U.
In terms of the government's industrial classification system, 276 three-digit Standard Industrial Classification codes were represented on the list of nonbank activities being performed by one or more holding companies.
If you are not yet into using Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes to classify your customers and identify prospects, you should be.
A year ago metalworking firms in Standard Industrial Classification 3672 through 3679, producers of electronic components like semiconductors or CRTs, were operating at just under 80% of their theoretical capacity.

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