Published: 17 December 2010
General government revenue grew by 7.0 per cent in the third quarter of 2010 when comparing seasonally unadjusted data with corresponding data from the year before. The revenue items that grew most were taxes on production and imports, income taxes, property income and received social contributions. Respectively, general government expenditure rose by 4.0 per cent. The expenditure items that grew most were intermediate consumption, compensation of employees and social benefits in cash. The data derive from Statistics Finland’s statistics on general government revenue and expenditure by quarter.
General government total revenue and total expenditure 2000 - 2010
The data for the two latest years are preliminary and will become revised as annual national accounts data are revised. The trend shown in the Figures has been calculated with the Tramo/Seats method. The change in total revenue and expenditure from the previous quarter has been calculated from seasonally adjusted time series. Seasonally adjusted and trend time series always become revised against new observations irrespective of whether the original time series becomes revised or not. Further information on the seasonal adjustment method: http://www.tilastokeskus.fi/til/tramo_seats_en.html . As the time series of annual accounts become revised, the time series of this set of statistics will also be revised. These data are based on the information on economic development available by 15 December 2010. The data will next be revised at the end of March 2011.
Source: General government revenue and expenditure, 3rd quarter 2010. Statistics Finland
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