Czech Republic
Statistical Appendix

In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.

Abstract

In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.

Table A1.

Czech Republic: Gross Domestic Product, 1994-98

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.
Table A2.

Czech Republic: Composition of Gross Domestic Product, 1994-98

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.
Table A3.

Czech Republic: Gross Domestic Product by Origin, 1994-98

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.

Includes mining, manufacturing industry, electricity, gas and water.

Includes real estate, renting and business activities.

Table A4.

Czech Republic: Industrial Production, 1994-98 1/

(Annual percent change, at constant prices)

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.

For 1992-95, changes in industrial sales. From 1996, changes in index of physical production (IPP).

As per revised series of October 1997 (1995=100).

In 1992-94, enterprises with 25 employees or more. In 1995 enterprises with 100 employees or more. In 1996-98, enterprises with 20 employees or more.

Table A5.

Czech Republic: Civil Employment by Sector, 1994-98 1/

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.

Includes private entrepreneurs and workers in enterprises of all size groups.

Table A6.

Czech Republic: Civil Employment in Large Enterprises by Sector, 1994-98 1/

(In thousands, annual average)

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.

Until 1996, all firms with 25 employees or more (in 1995-96, firms in industry, trade, and catering only with 100 employees or more). From 1997, firms in the entrepreneurial sphere with 20 employees or more (all financial intermediaries and all budgetary and subsidized sphere organizations).

Excluding foreign-owned enterprises.

Table A7.

Czech Republic: Average Monthly Earnings, 1994-98 1/

(In koruny)

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.

Until 1996, all firms with 25 employees or more (in 1995-96, firms in industry, trade and catering only with 100 employees or more). From 1997, firms in the entrepreneurial sphere with 20 employees or more (all firms of financial intermediation and all budgetary and subsidized sphere organizations).

Excluding foreign-owned enterprises.

Table A8.

Czech Republic: Quarterly Average Monthly Earnings, 1996-98 1/2/

(In koruny)

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.

Until 1996, all firms with 25 employees or more (in 1995-96, firms in industry, trade, and catering only with 100 employees or more). From 1997, firms in the entrepreneurial sphere with 20 employees or more (all financial intermediaries and all budgetary and subsidized sphere organizations).

Excluding armed forces.

Excluding foreign-owned enterprises.

Table A9.

Czech Republic: Agricultural Production, 1994-98

(Annual percentage change; at constant prices)

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.
Table A10.

Czech Republic: Electricity Production and Consumption, 1994-98

(In millions of kilowatt hours)

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.
Table A11.

Czech Republic: Developments in Wholesale and Consumer Prices, 1995-98 1/

(Average 1994=100)

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.

Period average.

1993 constant weights.

Including restaurant meals, but excluding beverages and tobacco.

Net inflation is derived from CPI inflation excluding goods subject to administered prices, and the effect of changes in fees and indirect taxes.

Table A12.

Czech Republic: Share of Non-State Sector in Output and Employment, 1993-97 1/

(In percent)

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Source: Data provided by the Czech Statistical Office.

Includes private cooperatives and nonprofit corporations serving households.

Employment in mixed-ownership is included.

Table A13.

Czech Republic: Operations of the General Government, 1995-99 1/

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Sources: Data provided by the Ministry of Finance; and staff estimates.

Comprises Central Government, Local Authorities, Extra-budgetary Funds (excluding Fund for Market Regulation; including Czech Land Fund), State Financial Assets, the National Property Fund, and Health Funds.

Includes property, gift and inheritance taxes, motor vehicle tax, and other tax revenues.

Includes government consumption, current spending by extra-budgetary funds, transfers to subsidized organizations, and health fund expenditures.

Includes social security, unemployment, and general income support benefits.

Includes transfers abroad and other transfers.

Includes capital transfers to enterprises and subsidized organizations as well as other transfers from local governments.

Financed by the Central Government and the NPF.

Table A14.

Czech Republic: Operations of the Central State Budget, 1995-99

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Sources: Data provided by the Ministry of Finance; and staff estimates.

Includes property, gift and inheritance tax, and motor vehicle tax.

Includes transfers from the State Financial Assets and Liabilities account with the central bank and from the National Property Fund.

Includes transfers to the health fund on behalf of nonproductive individuals.

Includes general income support.

Includes transfers to local authorities, subsidized organizations, and extrabudgetary funds.

Includes bank related costs of CZK 14.5 billion in 1998 and CZK 10 billion in the budget for 1999 (officially assumed under SFA).

Includes expenditure on the armed forces (excluding nonmilitary expenditures) and civil defense.

Table A15.

Czech Republic: Operations of the Local Authorities, 1995-99

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Sources: Data provided by the Ministry of Finance; and staff estimates.

Includes transfers from the central government, extrabudgetary funds, and the National Property Fund.