|Gross External Debt||2021 Q1||0||0||USD, NSA||Quarterly|
|Outstanding Public Debt||2021 Q1||446,437||430,171||Mil. EUR, NSA||Quarterly|
|Government Budget Balance||2020||-33,485||272.1||Mil. EUR||Annual|
|Government Expenditures||2020||270,569||248,101||Mil. EUR||Annual|
|Government Revenues||2020||228,251||239,022||Mil. EUR||Annual|
The consolidated gross debt of general government statistics are a sub-sector is obtained by subtracting debts that are considered financial assets of other units of the sub-sector. Statistics on public finances are compiled in accordance with the European System of National and Regional Accounts (ESA 2010) which is supplemented by the ESA 2010 Manual on government deficit and debt.
The national accounts system was created with a sequence of inter-linked flows, relating to various economic and financial transactions over a specific period as well as balance sheets that show figures for outstanding assets and liabilities held by the institutional sectors.
Non-financial accounts illustrate the production of goods and services plus revenue generating economic activities during a certain time period. The source shows their data on the general government table including all receipts and expenditure in terms of millions of euros, but does not include showing interim balances. The balance of receipts and expenditures matches the balance on the capital account and determines the net lending and net borrowing of the government.
The consolidated gross debt provides outstanding figures at the period end and is shown in terms of millions of euros. Currency and deposits, debt securities, and loans are presented for a variety of sectors including federal government, communities and regions, local government, social security funds, intersectoral consolidation and general government.
We compute seasonally adjusted counterparts to the headline items (balance, receipts, expenditures) and interest charges.
At IMF (SDDS):