3.1.14. Main aggregates of General Government (1995–)(17/25)

(current prices, million HUF)

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LABEL STO CHECK General government Central government State government Local government Social security funds
S.13 S.1311 S.1312 S.1313 S.1314
2011
Output P1 1=2+3=7+11+12–13+9+14 6 019 666 3 240 676 2 743 965 35 025
market output and output for own final use P1M 2 119 163 111 211 7 952 0
non-market output P13 3=4+5 5 900 503 3 129 465 2 736 013 35 025
payments for non-market output P131 4 750 680 472 435 277 685 560
non-market output, other P132 5 5 149 823 2 657 030 2 458 328 34 465
Market output, output for own final use and payments for non-market output P1O 6=2+4 869 843 583 646 285 637 560
Intermediate consumption P2 7 2 092 925 1 191 686 885 894 15 345
Value added, gross B1G 8=1–7 3 926 741 2 048 990 1 858 071 19 680
Consumption of fixed capital P51C 9 1 039 895 561 371 473 617 4 907
Value added, net B1N 10=8–9 2 886 846 1 487 619 1 384 454 14 773
Compensation of employees, payable D1 11 2 868 762 1 479 912 1 374 194 14 656
wages and salaries D11 11a 2 189 687 1 089 202 1 088 787 11 698
employers' social contributions D12 11b 679 075 390 710 285 407 2 958
Other taxes on production, payable D29 12 18 126 7 627 10 382 117
Other subsidies on production, receivable D39R 13 0 0 0 0
Operating surplus, net B2N 14=10–11–12+13 -42 80 -122 0
Taxes on production and imports, receivable D2 15=16+18 4 903 236 4 224 435 626 514 52 287
Taxes on products, receivable D21 16 4 433 540 3 906 444 487 041 40 055
VAT, receivable D211 17 2 379 253 2 379 253
Other taxes on production, receivable D29 18 469 696 317 991 139 473 12 232
Property income, receivablea D4 19=20+21 314 635 273 495 41 995 1
interest, receivablea D41 20 117 894 89 724 29 025 1
other property income, receivablea D4N 21 196 741 183 771 12 970 0
dividens from corporations D421 21a 42 535 29 565 12 970 0
rents D45 21b 142 425 142 425 0 0
Subsidies, payable D3P 22=23+24 347 418 288 178 59 240 0
subsidies on products, payable D31P 23 179 629 120 389 59 240 0
other subsidies on production, payable D39P 24 167 789 167 789 0
Property income, payablea D4 25=30+31 1 179 822 1 139 817 40 689 172
Of which:
payable to sub-sector Central Government (S.1311)b D4 26 0 0
payable to sub-sector State Government (S.1312)b D4 27
payable to sub-sector Local Government (S.1313)b D4 28 856 0
payable to sub-sector Social Security Funds (S.1314)b D4 29 0 0
interest, payablea D41 30 1 179 822 1 139 817 40 689 172
other property income, payablea D4N 31 0 0 0 0
Balance of primary incomes, net B5N 32=14+15+19–22–25 3 690 589 3 070 015 568 458 52 116
Current taxes on income, wealth etc., receivable D5 33 1 769 071 1 723 469 45 582 20
Net social contributions, receivable D61 34 3 686 046 206 377 4 357 3 475 312
Of which:
employers' actual social contributions D611 35 2 186 120 75 100 2 111 020
households' actual social contributions D613 36 1 476 887 112 649 1 364 238
Other current transfers, receivablea D7 37 351 039 565 306 1 785 014 1 027 974
Current taxes on income, wealth etc., payable D5 38 2 826 2 588 238 0
Social benefits other than social transfers in kind, payable D62 39 4 328 304 904 292 161 659 3 262 353
Social transfers in kind - purchased market production, payable D632 40 728 278 128 481 10 415 589 382
Social benefits other than social transfers in kind and social transfers in kind - purchased market production, payable D6M 41=39+40 5 056 582 1 032 773 172 074 3 851 735
Other current transfers, payablea D7 42 742 687 2 908 622 98 422 762 898
Of which:
payable to sub-sector Central Government (S.1311)b D7 43 18 524 308 252
payable to sub-sector State Government (S.1312)b D7 44
payable to sub-sector Local Government (S.1313)b D7 45 1 261 108 431 065
payable to sub-sector Social Security Funds (S.1314)b D7 46 1 008 220 86
Disposable income, net B6N 47=32+33+34+37–38–39–42 4 422 928 1 749 665 2 143 092 530 171
Final consumption expenditure P3 48=49+50=5+40 5 878 101 2 785 511 2 468 743 623 847
individual consumption expenditure P31 49 3 010 059 818 831 1 601 846 589 382
collective consumption expenditure P32 50 2 868 042 1 966 680 866 897 34 465
Adjustment for the change in pension entitlements D8 51
Saving, gross B8G 52=53+9 -415 278 -474 475 147 966 -88 769
Saving, net B8N 53=47–48–51 -1 455 173 -1 035 846 -325 651 -93 676
Capital transfers, receivablea D9 54=55+56 619 906 315 246 597 945 99 571
capital taxes, receivablea D91 55 7 462 4 657 2 805 0
other capital transfers and investment grants, receivablec D9N 56 612 444 310 589 595 140 99 571
Capital transfers, payablec D9 57 782 327 1 087 704 85 870 1 609
Of which:
payable to sub-sector Central Government (S.1311)d D9 58 3 719 1 607
payable to sub-sector State Government (S.1312)d D9 59
payable to sub-sector Local Government (S.1313)d D9 60 292 144 0
payable to sub-sector Social Security Funds (S.1314)d D9 61 95 386 0
investment grants, payable D92 62 320 005 329 551 78 057 1 607
Gross capital formation P5 63=64+65 914 344 419 820 493 058 1 466
gross fixed capital formation P51G 64 945 642 451 118 493 058 1 466
changes in inventories and acquisitions less disposals of valuables P5M 65 -31 298 -31 298 0 0
Acquisitions less disposals of non-financial non-produced assets NP 66 -4 805 -1 807 -2 998 0
Gross capital formation and acquisitions less disposals of non-financial non-produced assets P5L 67=63+66 909 539 418 013 490 060 1 466
Net lending (+)/net borrowing (-) B9 68=52+54–57–67=70–69 -1 487 238 -1 664 946 169 981 7 727
Total expenditure OTE 69=7+11+12+22+25+ 38+41+42+51+57+67 14 001 014 9 556 920 3 217 063 4 647 998
Total revenue OTR 70=6+13+15+19+ 33+34+37+54 12 513 776 7 891 974 3 387 044 4 655 725
Capital transfers from general government to relevant sectors representing taxes and social contributions assessed but unlikely to be collectede D995 71
Total payable tax creditsf PTC 72
Of which: payable tax credits that exceed the taxpayer's liabilityf TC 73
aSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information).  bSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information). Whenever substantial payments for items other than D.4, D.7 or D.9 and subitems occur between subsectors, please specify these payments in the sender footnotes.  cSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information). D.995 is to be deducted from D.99r. No amounts for D.995 are to be included under D.9p.  dSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information). D.995 is to be deducted from D.99r. No amounts for D.995 are to be included under D.9p. Whenever substantial payments for items other than D.4, D.7 or D.9 and subitems occur between subsectors, please specify these payments in the sender footnotes.  eSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information). D.995 is to be deducted from D.99r. No amounts for D.995 are to be included under D.9p. The split by receiving subsectors is voluntary.  fA tax credit is a tax relief which is directly subtracted from the tax liability otherwise due by the beneficiary household or corporation. Payable tax credits are tax credits for which any amount exceeding the amount of tax liability (otherwise due) is paid out to the beneficiary. The whole amount of the payable tax credit should be recorded as government expenditure ('Total payable tax credits', PTC) while mentioning the amount of the 'transfer component' (TC), which are payable tax credits that exceed the taxpayer's liability and that are paid out to the taxpayer. Data to be transmitted on a voluntary basis for subsectors. Data for reference years before 2012 to be transmitted on a voluntary basis. Transmission is compulsory for reference years from 2012 onwards.  Revised data 

© Hungarian Central Statistical Office, 2011