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News releases , Product code: 2-22102010-AP, published on 22-Oct-2010
In 2009 the largest government deficits in percentage of GDP were recorded in Ireland (-14.4%), the United Kingdom (-11.4%), Spain (-11.1%), Latvia (-10.2%), Portugal (-9.3%), Lithuania (-9.2%), Romania (-8.6%), Slovakia (-7.9%), France (-7.5%) and Poland (-7.2%). No Member State registered
Eurostat News , Product code: COM_2010_REPORT_GREEK, published on 11-Jan-2010
an isolated episode: • Following evidence of widespread misreporting of deficit and debt data by the Greek authorities during the previous years, in November 2004 a Report on the revision of Greek government defi- cit and debt figures...
News releases , Product code: 2-23042007-AP1, published on 23-Apr-2007
In 2006, the government deficit of both the euro area (EA13) and the EU27 fell compared to 2005, while the government debt increased in absolute terms. In the euro area the government deficit decreased from 2.5% of GDP in 2005 to 1.6% in 2006, and in the EU27 it fell from 2.4% to 1.7%. In the euro
Eurostat News , Product code: GREECE, published on 01-Dec-2004
REPORT BY EUROSTAT ON THE REVISION OF THE GREEK GOVERNMENT DEFICIT AND DEBT FIGURES 22 NOVEMBER 2004 Page Main report 1. Introduction ..........................................................................
News releases , Product code: 2-23102006-AP1, published on 23-Oct-2006
In 2005 the government deficit of both the euro area and the EU25 fell compared to 2004, while the government debt increased. In the euro area the government deficit decreased from 2.8% of GDP in 2004 to 2.4% in 2005, and in the EU25 it fell from 2.7% to 2.3%. In the euro area the government debt
Eurostat News , Product code: COM_2010_REPORT_GREEK_ANNEX_1, published on 11-Jan-2010
of the Greek government deficit and debt figures there is a detailed analysis of the accounting difficulties in the recording of taxes in Greece. In particular, as is mentioned in the Report 2004: '' In November 2002, Eurostat came to the conc...
News releases , Product code: 2-24042006-AP1, published on 24-Apr-2006
In 2005 the government deficit of the euro-zone and of the EU25 fell compared to 2004 while the government debt increased. In the euro-zone the government deficit decreased from 2.8% of GDP in 2004 to 2.4% in 2005, and in the EU25 it fell from 2.6% to 2.3%. In the euro-zone the government debt to GDP ratio rose from 69.8% in 2004 to 70.8% in 2005, and in the EU25 from 62.4% to 63.4%.
Eurostat News , Product code: FISCAL_STATISTICS, published on 22-Dec-2004
June 2004 the Commission will prepare minimum European standards for the institutional set-up of statistical authorities”. The Greek fiscal notification of September 2004 showed significant revisions of deficit and debt figures for the years 2000 to 2003. This...
Statistical reports , Product code: KS-FT-18-004, published on 17-May-2018
rates, government deficit and debt, investment rates of non-financial institutions and household saving rates. 3 Legislation, classifications, manuals 10 Quality report on National and Regional Accounts — 2016 data 3.1. Legislation 3.1.1. Legal...
Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-GQ-14-010, published on 29-Aug-2014
structures was slightly amended and Part VIII on the measurement of general government debt was included. As usual, this edition results form a collective work under the supervision of Eurostat, in cooperation with experts representing EU Member States and other international institutions.
Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-GQ-13-006, published on 29-Nov-2013
work of reflection, conceptual and textual collaboration, under the responsibility of Eurostat, in cooperation with experts representing EU Member States, the Commission and the European Central Bank. This manual aims to assist the interpretation of the ESA 2010 rules and help their application for appropriately calculating the government deficit and debt.