|Unit||Mil. ILS, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Source||Central Bureau of Statistics - Israel|
|Release||Central Government Finances|
|Gross External Debt||2022 Q3||83,018,000,000||84,865,000,000||USD, NSA||Quarterly|
|Outstanding Public Debt||2022 Q3||1,057,557||1,087,602||Mil. ISL, NSA||Quarterly|
|Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic||2022 Q3||905,414||926,504||Mil. ISL, NSA||Quarterly|
|Outstanding Public Debt - Foreign||2022 Q3||152,143||161,098||Mil. ISL, NSA||Quarterly|
|Government Budget Balance||Jan 2018||4,796||-21,483||Mil. ILS, NSA||Monthly|
|Government Expenditures||Jan 2018||25,571||44,759||Mil. ILS, NSA||Monthly|
|Government Revenues||Jan 2018||30,367||23,276||Mil. ILS, NSA||Monthly|
For Israel, central government budget balance, revenue and expenditure.
Data are collected from reports of the Accountant General, and the proposed budget.
Government payments are recorded on a cash basis i.e., on actual payment, except for salaries to permanent employees which are regarded as paid on the last day of each month.
Ordinary receipts are recorded only upon collection.
The classification of receipts and payments used is mainly an administrative one.
Data are disseminated on: total revenue, total expenditure with interest payments shown separately, the deficit/surplus, net allocation of credit (lending minus repayments), and net funding from the public including a breakdown into domestic and foreign financing, with a further breakdown into: (a) gross borrowing, (b) repayments of principal, (c) net sales of financial assets, and (d) changes in cash and bank deposits.
We compute seasonally adjusted counterparts to the headline items (balance, receipts, expenditures).
At IMF (SDDS Plus):