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[IWS] Eurostat: GOVERNMENT DEBT & GOVERNMENT FINANCE STATISTICS--DATABASE [22 January 2015]

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European Commission

Eurostat

 

Press Release 22 January 2015

Third quarter of 2014 compared with second quarter of 2014

Government debt fell to 92.1% of GDP in euro area

Down to 86.6% in EU28

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/2995521/6483082/2-22012015-AP-EN.pdf/765eba70-6a88-4771-8af7-48f6665e3c67

 

At the end of the third quarter of 2014, the government debt1 to GDP ratio2 in the euro area3 (EA18) stood at 92.1%, compared with 92.7% at the end of the second quarter of 2014. In the EU283, the ratio decreased from

87.0% to 86.6%. This decrease in the EU28 government debt to GDP ratio comes after fifteen consecutive quarters of increase. Compared with the third quarter of 2013, the government debt to GDP ratio rose in both the euro area (from 91.1% to 92.1%) and the EU28 (from 85.3% to 86.6%).

AND MUCH MORE...including TABLES....

SEE--

GOVERNMENT FINANCE STATISTICS--DATABASE

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/government-finance-statistics/data/database

 

 

Government statistics (gov)

 

Government finance statistics (EDP and ESA2010) (gov_gfs10)

 

Annual government finance statistics (gov_10a)

 

Government revenue, expenditure and main aggregates (gov_10a_main)

 

Government deficit and debt (gov_10dd)

 

Government deficit/surplus, debt and associated data (gov_10dd_edpt1)

 

Transition from the working balance to the deficit/surplus (gov_10dd_edpt2)

 

 

Transition from the deficit/surplus to the change in debt (gov_10dd_edpt3)

 

Quarterly government finance statistics (gov_10q)

 

Quarterly non-financial accounts for general government (gov_10q_ggnfa)

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Quarterly financial accounts for general government (gov_10q_ggfa)

 Updated

 

Quarterly government debt (gov_10q_ggdebt)

 Updated

Government statistics – historical ESA95 data (gov_h)

 

Annual government finance statistics (gov_a)

 

Government revenue, expenditure and main aggregates (gov_a_main)

 

General government expenditure by function (COFOG) (gov_a_exp)

 

 

Main national accounts tax aggregates (gov_a_tax_ag)

 

Derived tax indicators (gov_a_tax)

 

Implicit tax rates by economic function (gov_a_tax_itr)

 

Structure of taxes by economic function (gov_a_tax_str)

 

Structure of government debt (gov_dd_sgd)

 

Central government debt (gov_dd_cgd)

 

General government debt (gov_dd_ggd)

 

 

State government debt (gov_dd_slgd)

 

Local government debt (gov_dd_logd)

 

 

Social security funds debt (gov_dd_ssfd)

 

Debt by currency of issue (gov_dd_dcur)

 

 

State guarantee (gov_dd_guar)

 

Quarterly government finance statistics (gov_q)

 

Quarterly non-financial accounts for general government (gov_q_ggnfa)

 

Quarterly financial accounts for general government (gov_q_ggfa)

 

 

Quarterly government debt (gov_q_ggdebt)

 Updated

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