Table 2A.1
Simplified representation of the output matrix in the Input-Output Tables-Fictive estimates

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  Industries
Farming Milling Baking Total
dollars

Goods and services produced

Empty cell 

Wheat

150 0 0 150

Flour

0 1651 0 1652

Bread

0 0 200 200

Seed, fertilizer

0 0 0 0

Primary inputs, (payments for labour and capital) in the production process, always 0 in this matrix

Empty cell 

Profits

0 0 0 0

Wages

0 0 0 0

Total

150 1653 200 5154

1. The milling industry produces $165 of flour.

2. The production of flour is $165, it is entirely produced by the milling industry.

3. The output of the milling industry is $165 since it only produces flour.

4. The production of the economy corresponds to the sum of goods and services produced and to the sum of the production of the industries.

Source: Guide to the Income and Expenditure Accounts, Statistics Canada, catalogue no.13-017-X