Macedonia - Medium and high-tech industry (% manufacturing value added)

The value for Medium and high-tech industry (% manufacturing value added) in Macedonia was 0.153 as of 2015. As the graph below shows, over the past 25 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 0.261 in 1996 and a minimum value of 0.080 in 2002.

Definition: The proportion of medium and high-tech industry value added in total value added of manufacturing

Source: United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Competitive Industrial Performance (CIP) database

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Year Value
1990 0.226
1991 0.207
1992 0.238
1993 0.190
1994 0.260
1995 0.237
1996 0.261
1997 0.178
1998 0.172
1999 0.163
2000 0.145
2001 0.153
2002 0.080
2003 0.138
2004 0.147
2005 0.141
2006 0.141
2007 0.127
2008 0.137
2009 0.146
2010 0.195
2011 0.155
2012 0.234
2013 0.153
2014 0.153
2015 0.153

Development Relevance: Industrial development generally entails a structural transition from resource-based and low technology activities to medium and high-tech industry (MHT) activities. A modern, highly complex production structure offers better opportunities for skills development and technological innovation. MHT activities are also the high value addition industries of manufacturing with higher technological intensity and labour productivity. Increasing the share of MHT sectors also reflects the impact of innovation

Limitations and Exceptions: Value added by economic activity should be reported at least at 3-digit ISIC for compiling MHT values. Missing values at country level are imputed based on the methodology from Competitive Industrial Performance Report (UNIDO, 2017. Conversion to USD or difference in ISIC combinations may cause discrepancy between national and international figures. For additional information please see UNIDO (2017):

Statistical Concept and Methodology: The indicator is calculated as the share of the sum of the value added from medium and high-tech industry economic activities to manufacturing value added. The medium and high-tech industry is defined using OECD classification as the following by International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) Revision 3 and Revision 4 Division respectively: ISIC Rev. 3 (24, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 excluding 351). Manufacturing value added is the value added of manufacturing industry, which is Section C of ISIC Rev.4, and Section D of ISIC Rev.3. Data can be found in UNIDO INDSTAT4 Database by ISIC Revision 3 and ISIC Revision 4 respectively. Data are collected using General Industrial Statistics Questionnaire which is filled by NSOs and submitted to UNIDO annually. Data for OECD countries are obtained directly from OECD. Country data are also collected from official publications and official web-sites. For additional information please see Table B.2.2 in Appendix B of UNIDO (2017):

Periodicity: Annual


Topic: Economic Policy & Debt Indicators

Sub-Topic: National accounts