ABOUT THIS RELEASE
Previously:Australian Standard Classification of Countries for Social Statistics (ASCCSS)
Comprises an explanation of the conceptual basis of the classification, the structure of the classification, alphabetical and numerical order coding indexes, concordances between the SACC and the ASCCSS, a link between International Statistics Organisation codes and the classification codes, and a link between the classification and the United Nations Standard Country or Area Codes. The classification is intended for use whenever population or economic statistics are classified by country.
Also available on floppy disk (1269.0.15.001). Revised version 1.03 of the 1990 issue is available on the CD-ROM product Statistical Concepts Reference Library, 1997 (1361.0.30.001). Revision 2.01 to the Standard Australian Classification of Countries (SACC) 1998, updates the classification in regard to East Timor, Macau and Taiwan.
This page last updated 16 May 2008