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Input-Output Tables 2005, 2010 - ESA 1995 [IO_2005]

Updates

20/12/2013

The 2005 and 2010 input-output tables have been calculated according to the European System of Accounts 1995 (ESA 95). The data are published in a set of 10 tables and are available at three aggregation levels of Nace Rev. 1.1 for the year 2005 (17x17, 31x31 and 60x60) and at the aggregation level of 64x64 of Nace Rev. 2 for the year 2010.

The supply and use tables, from which the input-output tables are derived, are set out in tables 1 and 2. Tables 3 to 5 describe the transition tables needed to convert the use table valued at purchasers’ prices into a use table valued at basic prices. Next, the use table is broken down into two sub-tables according to the origin of supply: imported goods and services (table 6) and domestic output (table 7). Finally, the input-output tables are presented in tables 8 to 10.

  • the supply table at basic prices, including the transition to purchasers’ prices (table 1);
  • the use table at purchasers’ prices (table 2);
  • the tables of subsidies and taxes on products (excluding VAT) (tables 3, 3a and 3b);
  • the table of trade margins (table 4);
  • the use table at basic prices (table 5);
  • the use table at basic prices for imports (table 6);
  • the use table at basic prices for domestic output (table 7);
  • the symmetric input-output table at basic prices (table 8);
  • the symmetric input-output table at basic prices for imports (table 9);
  • the symmetric input-output table at basic prices for domestic output (table 10).

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