The government finance statistics constitute an integrated statistical system capturing the economic activities of the government sector, particularly in the areas of government revenues, expenditures, deficits, debt and transactions of government sector in financial assets and liabilities. In the Czech Republic, primary responsibility for the creation of government finance statistics data is borne by the Czech Statistical Office in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance and the CNB. The government finance statistics also form the basis for the assessment of the Maastricht criteria on the government deficit and debt. The Czech National Bank, in agreement with the Czech Statistical Office, publishes the data in the form in which they are sent to the European Central Bank in connection with the spring and autumn government deficit and debt notifications. Data includes transactions with EU budget. Selected government finance statistics data are published the government sector in total (S.13).
In the government finance statistics the following institutional units are classified by the Czech Statistical Office as a part of the central government sector (S.1311): the Czech Export Bank, the Czech-Moravian Guarantee and Development Bank, and the Export Guarantee and Insurance Corporation (EGAP). In other CNB´s statistics, i.e. in the monetary and financial statistics, balance of payments statistics and financial quarterly accounts statistics, all these institutions are classified as a part of the financial sector (monetary and financial institutions).
Time series of selected state budget indicators are published for the operational assessment of state budget performance and national tax revenue results. The Ministry of Finance is primarily responsible for these data. The individual items are grouped into a set and methodology similar to that used for the state budget of the Czech Republic.
Government finance statistics methodology
The government finance statistics methodology is based on the international manual for the European System of Accounts (ESA2010), approved in Council Regulation (EC) No 549/2013 of 21 May 2013 on the European system of national and regional accounts in the Community, as amended, the Manual on government deficit and debt Implementation of ESA 2010, approved by the European Commission in February 2016, as amended, and the ECB guidelines.https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-manuals-and-guidelines/-/KS-02-13-269 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/en/web/products-manuals-and-guidelines/-/KS-GQ-16-001
The operational state budget performance statistics are based on the IMF’s international Government Finance Statistics Manual 1986 (http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/gfs/manual/1986/eng/index.htm).
- government finance statistics
- 1a general government revenue and expenditure (S.13)
- 1b transactions with the EU Budget and EDP (S.13)
- 1c government consumptions and other non-financial categories (S.13)
- 2a general government deficit financing (S.13)
- 2b transaction in Maastricht debt – consolidation (S.13)
- 3a general government debt and its structure (S.13)
- 3b general government debt – consolidating elements (S.13)
- selected state budget indicators (xls, 66 kB)
- national tax revenue collection (xls, 55 kB)
- ARAD time series – government finance statistics – redirection to ARAD, double-click to return
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