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General government receipts, expenditure and gross debt. Tables. November 1995. II/121/1995-EN

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en N -- d:i = J, 0> • • 0> w w C\J (..) *** * * * * * * *** EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs GENERAL GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS, EXPENDITURE AND GROSS DEBT TABLES NOVEMBER 7 995 Phil Text Box ' 11-C-2 EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE GENERAL II ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS Brussels, 27 November 1995 . U/121/1995-EN . For internal use TABLES ON· GENERAL GOVERNMEN_T DATA For inquiries, contact: C. Vanbelle tel. 93 367 H·._ Ongena tel. 63 686 J.P. Nogueira Martins tel. 93 355 P. Oerveaux tel. 93 341 GENERAL GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS, EXPENDITURE AND GROSS DEBT • PART 1: TABLES BY COUNTRY (1985-1996) <1,<2) Country code 1. Belgium 8. Italy 2. Denmark 9. Luxembourg 20. 3. West-Germany 10. Netherlands 21. 3+ Germany 11. Austria 22. 4 . Greece 12. Portugal 23. 5. Spain 13. Finland 6. Fraoce 14. Sweden 7. Ireland 15. United Kingdom A: 8: C: D: General Government Accounts in· national currency; '000 million. · General Government Accounts as percentage of GOP at market prices. General Government Accounts in national currency; annual percentage change. Contributions to the change in the General Government Gross Debt ratio. PART II: TABLES BY AGGREGATE (1970-1996) <1). · Aggregate code 30. . 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. Indirect taxes Direct taxes Social security contrjbutions Other current receipts Total current recei.e_ts Current transfers {Total) Transfers to enterprises Transfers to households 38. 39. 40. 41. 42; 43. 44. Net transfers to the rest of the world Actual interest payments Government consumption Compensation of employees . Purchases of goods and services Total current expenditure Gross saving A: 8: National currency; '000 million. · As percent of GOP at market prices. C: Nat1onal currency; annual percentage change. (1) 1994: estimates based on the latest data avaflable. 19954-1996: Autumn 1995 foreca~ts by

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