Occupation is classified according to Malaysia Standard Classification of Occupations (MASCO) based on the International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO). Occupation is classified according to the MASCO 2008 based on ISCO-08.
Non-life insurance claims are the amounts payable in settlement of damages that result from an event covered by a non-life insurance policy during the current accounting period.
An operating leasing is one where the legal owner is also economic owner and accepts the operating risks and receives the economic benefits from the asset by using it in a productive activity.
Operating surplus is described as mixed income because it implicitly contains an element of remuneration for work done by the owner, or other members of the household, that cannot be separately identified from the return to the owner as entrepreneur.
Other investment income covers:
The number of migrants departing from the state of origin for every 1,000 persons at the origin in a current year.
Those who have moved out of the state of origin to stay in another state.
Output is defined as the goods and services produced by an establishment, excluding the value of any goods and services used in an activity for which the establishment does not assume the risk of using the products in production, and excluding the value of goods and services consumed by the same establishment except for goods and services used for capital formation (fixed capital or changes in inventories) or own final consumption.
Output for own final use consists of products retained by the producer for his own use as final consumption or capital formation.