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Is the I-O table on an establishment or a firm basis?
How can I convert data from producers' to purchasers' prices?
Where can I find trade and transportation margin data?
What are requirement tables, and how are they formed?
Why are no government purchases shown as intermediate inputs?
Where can I find definitions of commonly used I-O terms?
Where can I find descriptions and definitions of different portions of the I-O table?
What do negative numbers in the I-O tables mean?
What is the difference between direct and indirect requirements in the I-O tables?
How do I interpret the symbols (for example, an *) in the Benchmark Tables?
Where should I look for general explanatory information about the I-O tables?
Is there a table that lists all the concordance codes (SIC, I-O, and NAICS)?
How can I tell which industries belong to which classification?
Does the 1997 Benchmark I-O table use SIC or NAICS classification?
What is the difference between 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6-digit NAICS codes?
Where can I get the 1997 Capital Flow Table?
How can I access archived Benchmark I-O tables?
Where can I get I-O data newer than the Benchmark 1997 table?
When will the next Benchmark Input-Output (I-O) tables be released?
When analyzing regional performance, should I use current or real (chained-dollar) GDP by state?