Non-metallic Mineral Products Industries - ARCHIVED
Journals and periodicals: 44-250-X
The economic performance of this industry is examined through its value of shipments, trade performance, capital expenditures and, employment trends. All four variables point to growth and another year of recovery from the recession of the early 1990s. The Free Trade Agreements and construction activities are the driving forces behind this decade's trends for the non-metallic mineral products industries.
44-250-XPB was formed in 1985 by a merger of four publications, catalogue nos. 44-207-XPB, 44-218-XPB, 44-219-XPB, and 44-220-XPB. 44-250-XPB was discontinued in 1998 following the release of data for the 1995 reference year. Some data remain available and are published in Manufacturing industries of Canada, national and provincial areas, catalogue no. 31-203-XPB. Some data are also available on a sub-annual basis: see Cement, catalogue no. 44-001-XPB, and Mineral wool including fibrous glass insulation, catalogue no. 44-004-XPB.
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|Non-metallic Mineral Products Industries, 1997 - ARCHIVED||February 4, 2000||More information|
|Non-metallic Mineral Products Industries, 1996 - ARCHIVED||June 11, 1999||More information|
|Non-metallic Mineral Products Industries, 1995 - ARCHIVED||December 11, 1998||More information|