General government deficit/surplus [tec00127]

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The general government deficit/surplus is defined in the Maastricht Treaty as general government net lending (+)/net borrowing (-) according to the European System of Accounts. The general government sector comprises central government, state government, local government, and social security funds. The relevant definitions are provided in Council Regulation 479/2009, as amended.

Updated by provider on October 23, 2023 (6:03 AM)

Frequency [FREQ]
Sector [sector]
National accounts indicator (ESA 2010) [na_item]
Unit of measure [unit]
Geopolitical entity (reporting) [geo]

Dataset has 60 series. Add search filters to narrow them.

Dimension codes and labels
[FREQ] Frequency
  • [A] Annual
[sector] Sector
  • [S13] General government
[na_item] National accounts indicator (ESA 2010)
  • [B9] Net lending (+) /net borrowing (-)
[unit] Unit of measure
  • [MIO_EUR] Million euro
  • [PC_GDP] Percentage of gross domestic product (GDP)
[geo] Geopolitical entity (reporting)
  • [AT] Austria
  • [BE] Belgium
  • [BG] Bulgaria
  • [CY] Cyprus
  • [CZ] Czechia
  • [DE] Germany
  • [DK] Denmark
  • [EA19] Euro area - 19 countries (2015-2022)
  • [EA20] Euro area – 20 countries (from 2023)
  • [EE] Estonia
  • [EL] Greece
  • [ES] Spain
  • [EU27_2020] European Union - 27 countries (from 2020)
  • [FI] Finland
  • [FR] France
  • [HR] Croatia
  • [HU] Hungary
  • [IE] Ireland
  • [IT] Italy
  • [LT] Lithuania
  • [LU] Luxembourg
  • [LV] Latvia
  • [MT] Malta
  • [NL] Netherlands
  • [PL] Poland
  • [PT] Portugal
  • [RO] Romania
  • [SE] Sweden
  • [SI] Slovenia
  • [SK] Slovakia
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