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  1. Regional Seminar on Developing a Program for the Implementation of the 2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics Ebru ŞEN11-13 September2013 Ankara - Turkey

  2. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Retail Sales Volume Index

  3. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Retail Sales Volume Index Retail Sales Volume Index is an index thatmeasures sales of retail enterprises of differenttypes and sizes on a monthly basis. In addition to measuring the development of RetailTrade sector the index is also considered as anindicator ofconsumerconfidence and household demand. Retail Sales Volume Index isaccepted as one of the mostimportantindicators to monitor theeconomic condition.

  4. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Retail Sales Volume Index Unit: Statistical unit of the survey is enterprise. Classifications: The indices are calculated according to the NACE Rev. 2 economic activityclassification. Theactivities covered are as follows. Retail trade Food, drinks and tobacco Non-food (except automotive fuel) Computers, peripheral units and software, books, telecommunications equipment, etc. Audio and video equipment, hardware, paints and glass, electrical household appliances, furniture, etc. Textiles, clothing and footwear Pharmaceutical goods, medical and orthopaedic goods, cosmetic and toilet articles Via mail orders and internet Automotive fuel

  5. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Retail Sales Volume Index Geographical coverage: Turkey Economic activity coverage: The index covers the “Division 47 - Retail Trade (Except Motor Vehicles and Motorcycles)” of NACE Rev.2 activity classification. Data sources: Turkish Statistical Institute, “Monthly Retail Trade Survey” and “Consumer Price Index” Method of weighting: Weights are obtained from the turnover of the enterprises classified in retail trade sector covered by Annual Industry and Services Statistics.

  6. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Retail Sales Volume Index Sampling and full enumeration: The all enterprises with number employees of 50 or more were taken into account. The enterprises with employees 0-4 and 5-49 were selected by sampling. Frequency and reference period: Monthly, calendar month Index formula: Fixed base Laspeyres Index Seasonal adjustment: Seasonal and calendar adjustment for Retail Sales Volume Index is made by indirect method.

  7. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Calculation of Retail Sales Volume Index Indices measuring retail sales are produced as both value(current prices) and volume (constant prices) terms. As volume measurement is adjusted from price effects, evaluated as Retail Sales Volume Index. In calculation of Retail Sales Volume Index, Turnover Indices at current prices are deflated by price relatives. For this purpose, CPI results produced at "Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP)“ level are calculated according to NACE Rev.2 level. "Household Budget Survey" data is used for this transition. As a result of deflating current price Turnover Index by price relatives at appropriate levels, Retail Sales Volume Index with constant prices is reached.

  8. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Trade and Services Indices

  9. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Trade and Services Indices Indices calculated in Trade and ServicesSectors • turnover • employment • hours worked • gross wages and salaries Unit: Statistical unit of the survey is enterprise Geographical coverage: Turkey Classifications: The indices are calculated according to the NACE Rev. 2 economic activity classification

  10. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey The activities covered are as follows: NACE Rev.2 Code/Description 45Wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 46Wholesale trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles 47Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles 49Land transport and transport via pipelines 50Water transport 51Air transport 52Warehousing and support activities for transportation 53Postal and courier activities 55Accommodation 56Food and beverage service activities 58Publishing activities 59Motion picture, video and television programme production, sound recording and music publishing activities 60Programming and broadcasting activities 61Telecommunications 62Computer programming, consultancy and related activities 63Information service activities 69+702Legal, accounting and management consultancy activities 71Architectural and engineering activities; technical testing and analysis 73Advertising and market research 74Other professional, scientific and technical activities 78Employment activities 79Travel agency, tour operator reservation service and related activities 80Security and investigation activities 812Cleaning activities 82Office administrative, office support and other business support activities

  11. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Trade and Services Indices Data sources: Turkish Statistical Institute, “Quarterly Trade and Services Survey” and “Monthly Retail Trade Survey” Method of weighting: Weights are obtained from the turnover, employment, hours worked and gross wages-salaries data of the enterprises classified in trade and services sectors covered by Annual Industry and Services Statistics. Sampling and full enumeration: The all enterprises with number employees of 50 or more were taken into account. The enterprises with employees 0-4 and 5-49 were selected by sampling.

  12. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Trade and Services Indices Reference period and periodicity: The reference period for the first quarter is 1 January – 31 March, for the second quarter 1 April – 30 June, for the third quarter 1 July – 30 September and for the fourth quarter 1 October – 31 December. Index formula: Fixed base Laspeyres Index Seasonal Adjustment: The indices are seasonally and calendar adjusted at Trade and Services total, letter and two digits level of NACE Rev.2 classification.

  13. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Construction Indices

  14. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Construction Indices Indices calculated in Construction Sector employment hours worked gross wages and salaries turnover production Unit: Statisticalunit of the survey is enterprise Geographical coverage: Turkey Classifications: The indices are calculated according to the NACE Rev. 2 economic activity classification and Classification of Types of Construction (CC)

  15. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Construction Indices The activities covered are as follows: NACE Rev.2 Code/Description F Construction 41 Construction of buildings 412 Construction of residential and non-residential buildings 42 Civil engineering 421 Construction of roads and railways 422 Construction of utility projects 429 Construction of other civil engineering projects 43 Specialised construction activities 431 Demolition and site preparation 432 Electrical, plumbing and other construction installation activities 433 Building completion and finishing 439 Other specialised construction activities CC Code/Description • Building • Civil Engineering

  16. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Construction Indices Data sources: Turkish Statistical Institute, “Short Term Business Statistics Quarterly Construction Sector Questionaire” Method of weighting: Weights are obtained from the turnover, employment, hours worked and gross wages-salaries data of the enterprises classified in construction sector covered by Annual Industry and Services Statistics and weights of production index are obtained from production data of construction sector gross domestic product. Selection of Enterprises: Enterprises the main activity of those is construction and those have 20 and more employees are taken into account.

  17. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Construction Indices Reference period and periodicity: The reference period for the first quarter is 1 January – 31 March, for the second quarter 1 April – 30 June, for the third quarter 1 July – 30 September and for the fourth quarter 1 October – 31 December. Type of Index: The fixed base year weighted Laspeyres Formula and Pairwise Method is used in calculation of the indices.Quarterly productivity corrected hours worked approach is used in production index calculation. Seasonal Adjustment: The indices are seasonally and calendar adjusted at total level.

  18. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Building Permit Statistics

  19. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Building Permit Statistics Data pertaining to building permit statistics are obtained from “Construction Permit”, “Occupancy Permit” forms compiled over National Address Data Base (NAD) by municipalities of provinces, districts, sub-districts and villages, Special provincal administrations out of municipalities, Industrial Zone district offices in the boundaries of industrial zones.

  20. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Building Permit Statistics The data is entered by the authorized administrations on a web based computer software using NAD. With a regulation released by Ministry of Interior, it is forbidden to prepare forms without NAD system since 1 July 2007. At the beginning, TurkStat was responsible for preparation of the forms but at the end of 2009, the system is passed on Ministry of Interior General Directorate of Civil Registration and Nationality. After then TurkStat became a user of the system.

  21. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Building Permit Statistics Construction permit: Construction Permit is a certificate which must be given by municipalities to be constructed in boundaries of municipalities, by industrial zone district offices in boundries of industrial zones, free trade zone offices in boundries of free trade zones and it must be given by governorships (Directories of Public Works and Settlement) if the construction is out of boundaries of municipalities before beginning to a construction according to Article 21 of Construction Law No.3194.

  22. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Building Permit Statistics Occupancy permit: Occupancy Permit is a certificate which must be given by municipalities to be constructed in boundaries of municipalities, by industrial zone district offices in boundries of industrial zones, free trade zone offices in boundries of free trade zones and it must be given by governorships (Directories of Public Works and Settlement) if the construction is out of boundaries of municipalities before beginning to a construction according to Article 30 of Construction Law No.3194.

  23. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Building Permit Statistics Classification of Types of Constructions (CC) CC classification is used for Building Permit Statistics. In CC, constructions are divided into two categories which are buildings and civil engineering works. Information collected in the scope of building permits include only buildings. Civil engineering works are not covered.

  24. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Building Permit Statistics Data are taken monthly from General Directorate of Civil Registration and Nationality which has the responsibility of NAD and published quarterly as a Press Release and a Database. Data is available in NUTSIII level.

  25. Regional Seminar on Developing A Program for the Implementationof the2008 SNA and Supporting Statistics11-13 September 2013 / Ankara - Turkey Sevices Statistics Future Plans It is planned to publish Building Permits monthly and as an index. For construction production index, new methods are investigated and it is planned to publish monthly in the future.