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									   COUNTRY PRESENTATION: INDONESIA
    COUNTRY PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE
INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF
 ALL ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES (ISIC) REVISION 4 IN INDONESIA
        POPULATION AND HOUSING CENSUS 2010


                Presented to the United Nations Workshop on
              International Economic and Social Classifications
                             24-27 November 2008
                              Bangkok, Thailand


                          Johanes de Britto PRIYONO
           Sub-Directorate for the Development of Standardization and
             Classification of Statistics, BPS – Statistics Indonesia
                                priyono@bps.go.id


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                              OUTLINE


    Indonesia Standard Industrial Classification of
    All Economic Activities = Klasifikasi Baku
    Lapangan Usaha Indonesia (KBLI)

    ISIC Revisions and Its Implementation in Indonesia:
    Road Map to Revise KBLI 2005 to KBLI 2009

    KBLI and Preparation for Indonesia Population and
    Housing Census 2010: 1st Try Out and 2nd Try Out

    CONCLUSIONS



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INDONESIA STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION
 OF ALL ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES = KLASIFIKASI BAKU
       LAPANGAN USAHA INDONESIA (KBLI)


   The former name is KLUI, stands for Klasifikasi Lapangan Usaha
   Indonesia

   For the KBLI 2009, up to 3 digits of the classification structure
   derived from ISIC Revision 4, which represents a standard
   format to organize detailed information about the state of an
   economy according to economic principles and perceptions.

   For detail 5 digits classification structure, it provides a
   comprehensive framework within which economic data can
   be collected and reported in a format that is designed for
   purposes of economic analysis, decision-taking and policy-
   making.
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ISIC REVISIONS AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN INDONESIA
              International              Indonesia

     ISIC Original 1948
                                   KLUI 1977, 2 digits   Revised
          ISIC Rev. 1, 1958

              ISIC Rev. 2, 1968    KLUI 1983, 5 digits   Revised


                                   KLUI 1990, 5 digits   Revised

                                   KLUI 1997, 5 digits   Revised


             ISIC Rev. 3, 1990    KBLI 2000 Revised

                                  KBLI 2005 Revised
            ISIC Rev. 4, 2008
                                  Planned KBLI 2009
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ISIC REVISIONS AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN INDONESIA

                   Road Map to Revise KBLI 2005 to KBLI 2009

                                       Indicative         Lead/responsible
              Activity                                                                       Remarks
                                         period             institution/s
                                                      Sub-Directorate for the
                                                                                     Based on draft, and
                                                      Development of
                                                                                     finalized using official
 Translate ISIC Rev.4 for 3 Digits    Nov. 2007 –     Standardization and
                                                                                     release of ISIC Rev.4,
 Classification Structure.             May 2008       Classification of Statistics
                                                                                     previous KBLI and
                                                      of BPS-Statistics
                                                                                     ASEAN-CIC
                                                      Indonesia
                                                      Sub-Directorate for the
                                                      Development of
 Setting up draft for 4 digits        March 2008      Standardization and
 classification structure             – Oct. 2008     Classification of Statistics
                                                      of BPS-Statistics
                                                      Indonesia
 Preliminary Workshop on Draft                        Internal Stakeholders /        To obtain any
 of 4 Digits Classification            Nov.2008       Subject Matters in BPS-        feedbacks, used to
 Structure                                            Statistics Indonesia           improve the draft



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ISIC REVISIONS AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN INDONESIA

         Road Map to Revise KBLI 2005 to KBLI 2009 (Continued)

                                     Indicative          Lead/responsible
             Activity                                                                        Remarks
                                       period              institution/s
                                                    Stakeholders / Subject
 Preliminary Workshop on                                                              To obtain any
                                                    Matters in Representative’s
 Draft of 4 Digits Classification    Nov.2008                                         feedbacks, used to
                                                    Offices of BPS-Statistics
 Structure                                                                            improve the draft
                                                    Indonesia in 10 Provinces
                                                    Sub-Directorate for the
 Improving the draft for 4 digits
                                                    Development of
 classification structure based
                                     Dec 2008       Standardization and
 on feedbacks from the
                                                    Classification of Statistics of
 Workshop
                                                    BPS-Statistics Indonesia
                                                    Sub-Directorate for the
                                                    Development of
 Setting up draft for 5 digits      Jan 2009 –
                                                    Standardization and
 classification structure           March 2009
                                                    Classification of Statistics of
                                                    BPS-Statistics Indonesia




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ISIC REVISIONS AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN INDONESIA

         Road Map to Revise KBLI 2005 to KBLI 2009 (Continued)

                                     Indicative           Lead/responsible
             Activity                                                                        Remarks
                                       period               institution/s
                                                                                     To obtain any
                                                     Internal Stakeholders /         feedbacks, used to
 Workshop on Draft of 5 Digits      Feb.2009 –       Subject Matters in BPS-         improve the draft and to
 Classification Structure           March 2009       Statistics Indonesia and        establish National
                                                     Relevant Ministries             Committee for the KBLI
                                                                                     2009
                                                     Sub-Directorate for the
 Improving the draft for 5 digits
                                                     Development of
 classification structure based     March 2009
                                                     Standardization and
 on feedbacks from the              – May 2009
                                                     Classification of Statistics
 Workshop
                                                     of BPS-Statistics Indonesia
                                                     Sub-Directorate for the         Official release of KBLI
                                                     Development of                  2009 will be used by
 Printing and Publish KBLI           Jun 2009 –
                                                     Standardization and             Stakeholders and
 2009                                 Jul 2009
                                                     Classification of Statistics    Subject Matters in BPS
                                                     of BPS-Statistics Indonesia     – Statistics Indonesia

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                              KBLI and Preparation for
                   Indonesia Population and Housing Census 2010


      To prepare for the Population and Housing Census 2010, it is important to set up
      questions properly, especially question related to economic activities/KBLI, which
      are easily understood by enumerators and respondents. Preliminary try out for
      setting up the question was conducted in early March 2008.

      Based on feedbacks from
      preliminary try out on setting up
      the questions, flash cards of KBLI
      have been created, hopefully it will
      help enumerators to classify
      economic activities correctly. Part
      of the flash cards are as follows:


H.   Transportation and Storage
Division : 49. Land transport and transport via pipeline
Group : 492. Other land transport
Class : 4921. Urban and suburban passenger land transport    49211. Urban passenger land transport


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                      KBLI and Preparation for
           Indonesia Population and Housing Census 2010


Experiences and feedbacks from preliminary try out for setting up the question are
used to improve the questionnaire. The improved questionnaire have been
implemented in the first try out on May 2008.

Based on feedbacks from first try out in the implementation of improved
questionnaire, it was realized that question related to economic activities is the
most difficult question among others.

In the second try out, it will be tested 2 (two) types of question related to
economic activities. First type, gives the opportunity to enumerators to write
down respondents answer (open answer). Second type gives close answer.
Second try out will be conducted on December 2008.

Results of the second try out will be analyzed to decide data processing
system. Questions with open answer and close answer are as follows:




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   Question with close answer:                   Question with open answer:




Question with close answer is easier in data
processing but gives limited information.
Question with open answer is more difficult in
data processing but gives comprehensively
information. Which one to choose?
                     CONCLUSIONS:
HOPEFULLY, STARTING ON JULY 2009 INDONESIA WILL USE KBLI
2009, WHICH IS FOLLOW ISIC REVISION 4, ADJUSTED TO ASEAN-
CIC AND LOCAL CONDITIONS OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES.

KBLI 2009 WILL BE USE TO OBTAIN DATA ON ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES,
WHICH IS ONE OF THE EFFORTS TO IMPROVE QUALITY DATA ON
ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES.

IN THE QUESTIONNAIRE OF INDONESIA POPULATION AND HOUSING
CENSUS 2010, QUESTION RELATED TO ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IS THE
MOST DIFFICULT QUESTION AMONG OTHERS.

TO PREPARE FOR INDONESIA POPULATION AND HOUSING CENSUS 2010,
QUESTION RELATED TO ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN OBSERVED
TO DECIDE WHICH ONE TO CHOOSE: QUESTION WITH OPEN ANSWER OR
QUESTION WITH CLOSE ANSWER
QUESTION WITH CLOSE ANSWER IS EASIER IN DATA PROCESSING
BUT GIVES LIMITED INFORMATION. QUESTION WITH OPEN ANSWER IS
MORE DIFFICULT IN DATA PROCESSING BUT GIVES MORE
COMPREHENSIVELY INFORMATION.

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