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What is NACIS?

The NACIS (North American Industry Classification System) code is a system used to classify businesses in North America based on their primary economic activity. It was developed by the United States, Canada, and Mexico to provide a uniform way to collect, analyze, and publish statistical data related to the economy.

The NACIS code consists of six digits that classify businesses into various sectors, sub-sectors, and industries based on their main business activity. Each code corresponds to a specific industry or group of industries, and it is used by government agencies, researchers, and businesses to gather and analyze data about the economy.

The NACIS code is updated every five years to reflect changes in the economy and to ensure that it remains relevant and useful. It is an important tool for understanding and analyzing economic trends and for making informed decisions about business development and investment.

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