|Unit||Mil. CZK, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Gross External Debt||2020 Q2||0||0||USD, NSA||Quarterly|
|Government Expenditures||2019||2,162,719||2,010,230||Mil. CZK, NSA||Annual|
|Government Revenues||2019||2,159,657||2,017,814||Mil. CZK, NSA||Annual|
|Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic||2019||915,902||858,485||Mil. CZK, NSA||Annual|
|Outstanding Public Debt - Foreign||2019||802,032||841,347||Mil. CZK, NSA||Annual|
General government transactions data are organized for analytical purposes using the system of definitions and classifications as in the IMF's Manual on Government Finance Statistics. Data on budgetary operations reflect actual credit and debit entries in the bank accounts of the government. General government in the Czech Republic is covered by central government data, extra-budgetary funds data, social security funds data, and local government’s data.
On the Ministry of Finance's Internet website (http://www.mfcr.cz/cps/rde/xchg/SID-53EDF4E6-1C54C225/mfcr/hs.xsl/general_govern_oper.html) data are disseminated for the following components: revenue, broken down into current and capital revenue, with further decomposition of current revenue into tax and non-tax revenue; grants, broken down into current and capital grants; expenditure, broken down into current and capital expenditure, with interest payments separately identified; the deficit/surplus; and financing, broken down into foreign and domestic and broken down by type of debt holder and by type of debt instrument. Similar data are also published for each level of government.
The data are preliminary when first released and are subject to revision. Final data are released two quarters after the release of the preliminary data.
The data are consolidated. The combination of data from separate general government components to derive statistics for transactions between the entire general government and other sectors of the economy, exclusive of transactions among units of general government. All transactions among units of general government have been eliminated in consolidation (e.g. grants, transfers, employer contribution on the same level, net lending).