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Aktualisiert: Government finance statistics - quarterly data

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In recent years Eurostat has significantly expanded the range of integrated quarterly data on government finances available, providing a timely and increasingly high quality picture of the evolution of government finances in the European Union (EU). The data presented in this article reflect both non-financial and financial (quarterly non-financial and financial accounts for general government) transactions and cover all European Union (EU-28) countries as well as Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. Mehr ...

Neu: Land cover and land use (LUCAS) statistics

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This article is part of a set of statistical articles based on the Eurostat Regional Yearbook publication. It provides information in relation to Eurostat’s land use/cover area frame survey (LUCAS), which provides harmonised and comparable statistics on land cover and land use across the whole of the European Union’s (EU’s) territory (other than Croatia). Mehr ...

Neu: European Neighbourhood Policy - South - labour market statistics

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This article is part of an online publication and presents data on the labour force for nine countries of the European Neighbourhood Policy - South (ENP-South); data are not yet collected for Libya. Mehr ...

Neu: SIMSTAT - exchange of microdata on intra-EU trade

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This article presents the SIMSTAT project (where 'SIMSTAT' stands for 'SIngle Market STATistics'), an innovative approach for simplifying Intrastat, the European Union (EU) data collection system on intra-EU trade in goods, which was introduced in January 1993, together with the single market. It aims to reduce the administrative burden on businesses while maintaining data quality by exchanging microdata on intra-EU trade between Member States and re-using them. Mehr ...

Aktualisiert: Inflation in the euro area

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The data in this article show the most recent annual rates of change for the euro area headline inflation and its main components issued by Eurostat. The figures presented are actual HICP figures. Mehr ...

Statistics in focus: Trade in energy products

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The purpose of this study is to give a statistical overview of EU trade in energy products, with a particular focus on imports from Russia. Mehr ...

Neu: Foreign direct investment between the European Union and BRIC

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This article presents foreign direct investment (FDI) between the European Union (EU) and the BRIC countries – Brazil, Russia, India and China (including Hong Kong). Mehr ...

Aktualisiert: Construction production (volume) index overview

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The production index for construction is a business cycle indicator which measures monthly changes in the price adjusted output of construction. The construction production index corresponds to the industrial production index but covers (parts of) NACE section F. Mehr ...

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Structural business statistics overview

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This article presents structural business statistics (SBS); these data describe the structure, main characteristics and performance of economic activities across the European Union (EU). While the statistics presented in this article are generally analysed at the level of NACE sections readers should note that structural business statistics are available at a much more detailed level (several hundred sectors).

Structural business statistics can provide answers to questions on the wealth creation (value added), investment and labour input of different economic activities. The data can be used to analyse structural shifts, for example from industry to services, country specialisations in particular activities, sectoral productivity and profitability, as well as a range of other topics. Because they are available broken down by enterprise size class, structural business statistics also permit a detailed analysis of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which is of particular use to EU policymakers and analysts wishing to focus on entrepreneurship and the role of SMEs. Furthermore, structural business statistics provide useful background information on which to base an interpretation of short-term statistics and the business cycle.

Main statistical findings

Sectoral analysis

Services activities accounted for the two largest shares of the enterprise population within the EU-28’s non-financial business economy (industry, construction, distributive trades and non-financial services) when analysed at the NACE section level: slightly fewer than 3 in every 10 (28.4 %) of the 22.1 million enterprises in the EU’s non-financial business economy were classified to distributive trades (motor trades, wholesale trade and retail trade), while just under one in six (17.2 %) were in professional, scientific or technical activities — see Figure 1. Many of these business services have benefitted from the outsourcing phenomenon, which may explain, in part, the structural shift towards services. Mehr ...


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