In a modern society, trading and commercial transactions, when reduced to the simplest term, are made by three parties, willingly or unwillingly: government, business or industry, and the consumers. A business manufactures a quality product according to the need and preference of the consumers. The government monitors the activities of the businesses or ‘rms and incorporates such activities into a data base. It uses the information for a variety of reasons such as taxation, safety of the consumers and workers in the workplace, technology transfers, economic pro‘les of various industries, the country’s growth in relation to any particular industry, etc. This approach is practiced in most Western countries in the world. The foundation of this government activity or its data base is to classify accordingly the different manufacturing businesses such as car manufacturers, chemical manufacturers, computer manufacturers, food manufacturers, etc.