Selected European Countries: Summary of General Government Operations, 1989
(In percent of GDP/GNP)
|Bulgaria||Czechoslovakia||Hungary||Poland 1/||Romania||USSR||Yugoslavia 2/||European Community 1/3/|
|Enterprise income taxes and transfers 4/||23||17||14||14||15||18||8||4|
|Individual income taxes||4||7||6||1||—||4||5||9|
|Social security contributions||9||15||16||7||7||4||18||13|
|Domestic taxes on goods and services 5/||11||18||18||13||19||12||6||11|
|Revenue from international trade||5||1||3||2||—||6||2||—|
|Taxes on property||—||—||—||2||—||—||—||2|
|Other revenue 6/||5||2||5||7||12||2||2||5|
|Expenditure on goods and services||24||24||22||13||15||21||9||16|
|Transfers to households 7/||10||13||16||10||11||8||19||15|
|Subsidies and transfers to enterprises 8/||15||19||16||17||1||18||13||3|
|Other current expenditure 9/||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||3|
|Overall balance (surplus/deficit)||-3||-9||-2||-1||8||-10||—||-3|
For Poland, Belgium, Portugal, and the United Kingdom, data refer to 1988; for Ireland and Spain, data refer to 1987.
Preliminary data shown in percent of an adjusted measure of gross social product.
Weighted average of EC member countries, with weights given by GDP/GNP converted at market exchange rate, excluding Luxembourg and Greece. Data for Italy and Portugal refer to central government.
Including entrepreneurial income from state-owned enterprises and financial institutions. In addition, for the USSR, including transfers to extrabudgetary centralized funds, and for Yugoslavia, mandatory interenterprise transfers.
Product-specific turnover taxes, excises, sales tax, and value-added tax.
Including other tax and nontax revenue and grants.
Consist of social security benefits and other targeted transfers, and may include transfers to certain nonprofit institutions.
Including product-specific price subsidies, explicit interest rate subsidies, and debt service on behalf of enterprises and institutions. In addition, for the USSR, including transfers from extrabudgetary centralized funds, and for Yugoslavia, mandatory interenterprise transfers.
Including transfers abroad as well as unidentified transfers.