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Eurostatistics-key Figures on Europe-2009

Eurostatistics-key Figures on Europe-2009

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Tis chapter concentrates on enterprises, covering activities from
mining and quarrying through manufacturing to construction,
distributive trades, hotels and restaurants, transport services,
fnancial services, real estate, renting, and business services (such
as computer services, accounting, advertising, labour recruitment,
cleaning and security services). Tese statistics show developments
for economic activities (through short-term business statistics,
compiled with monthly, quarterly and annual frequencies), or
structural aspects (through structural business statistics, compiled
with an annual frequency). In addition, information is provided on
production statistics, and on tourism.

Te information presented in the opening pages of this chapter
is based upon short-term business statistics (STS). Te index of
turnover shows the evolution of the market for goods and services
in terms of sales made. Te index is not defated, and so its objective
is to measure market activity in value terms. Turnover includes all
invoiced duties and taxes on the goods or services with the exception

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Transport and
communications

Computer services
and other business
activities

Wholesale trade

Motor trades

Hotels and
restaurants

Retail trade

Figure 3.1: Average annual growth rate of turnover for selected
services, EU-27, 2002-2007 (%) (1)

(1) Working day adjusted series; estimates.

Source: Eurostat (ebt_ts_othsv, ebt_ts_mot, ebt_ts_who and ebt_ts_ret)

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of the VAT invoiced to customers and other similar deductible taxes
directly linked to turnover. Turnover also includes all other charges
(transport, packaging, etc.) passed on to the customer, even if these
charges are listed separately in the invoice.

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Basic metals and fabricated metal
products

Coke, refined petroleum products and
nuclear fuel

Mining and quarrying of energy
producing materials

Mining and quarrying except energy
producing materials

Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

Wood and wood products

Rubber and plastic products

Chemicals, chemical products and
man-made fibres

Transport equipment

Other non-metallic mineral products

Manufacturing n.e.c.

Electrical and optical equipment

Food products; beverages and tobacco

Pulp, paper and paper products;
publishing and printing

Textiles and textile products

Leather and leather products

Figure 3.2: Average annual growth rate of turnover for selected
industrial activities (excluding construction), EU-27, 2002-2007
(%) (1)

(1) Gross series; estimates; electricity, gas and water supply (NACE Section E): not available.

Source: Eurostat (ebt_intv_a)

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