Classification - MIGs
The Main Industrial Groupings (MIGs) consist of groups of branches of economic activities on the basis of end of use and function of produced products and service provided. The structure of groups of branches provide an alternative statistical breakdown of Hungarian activity classification TEÁOR’08 (which is the Hungarian version of NACE Rev.2).
MIGs short description (pdf, 90 KB)
Code numbers and descriptions of the items of the classification.
MIGs structure (xlsx, 14 KB)
The explanatory notes determine the contents of the classification items. They help to find the appropriate category in the classification.
It supports the quick search in the classification. After searching by code number or text, it displays those items of the classification that contain the relevant code number or text.
Principles and rules of classification to be applied.
Conversion key between the items of the current version of classification and those of the previous version.
Legislation ordering the use of the classification:
- Commission Regulation (EC) No 656/2007 of 14 June 2007 amending Regulation (EC) No 586/2001 on implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 1165/98 concerning short-term statistics as regards the definition of main industrial groupings (MIGS)
Predecessor classification (Old versions)
Previous versions of the classification can be found here.
MIGs 2001 structure (xls, 14 KB)
International version of classification
The Hungarian grouping is the Hungarian language version of Main Industrial Groupings (MIGs).