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Performance of enterprises by activity (NACE Rev. 2), Slovenia, annually
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Latest update
7/15/2020
Contact
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, T: +386 1 241 64 04, E: gp.surs@gov.si
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number, 1000 EUR
Source
Statistical Office of Republic Slovenia
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Source: Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. Final data for the structural business statistics for the reference year 2019 are expected to be published at the end of May 2021.
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- Methodological explanations
MEASURES
11110 Number of enterprises
Number of enterprises is the number of registered legal or natural persons which had turnover or employees or investment and were therefore active during at least a part of the reference period.
12110 Turnover (1000 EUR)
Turnover is the total amount that the enterprise settled with sale of goods, material and performed services in the reference year. It is measured on the basis of selling prices stated on invoices and other documents less discounts at sale or later on and the value of returned quantities. It includes all costs and charges linked to the buyer and excludes all duties and taxes on the goods or services invoiced by the unit, excise duties and value added tax, possible sale of fixed assets, financial income, subsidies and other extra income.
12120 Production value (1000 EUR)
The production value measures the value of goods and services actually produced by the unit, based on sales, including changes in stocks and the resale of goods and services.
12130 Gross margin on goods for resale (1000 EUR)
Gross margin on goods for resale corresponds to the return on the activity of purchase and resale without further processing. It is calculated from turnover, purchases and changes in stocks of goods and services purchased for resale in the same condition as received.
12150 Value added at factor cost (1000 EUR)
Value added at factor cost is calculated as gross income from operating activities after adjusting for operating subsidies and indirect taxes. Value-added at factor cost is calculated ‘gross’ because value adjustments (such as depreciation) are not subtracted. From 2010 data on subsidies, grants, allowances, compensation and other revenue related to business performance are also taken into account.
12170 Gross operating surplus (1000 EUR)
Gross operating surplus is the surplus generated by operating activities after the labour factor input has been recompensed. It can be calculated from the value-added at factor cost less the labour costs. It is the balance available to the unit which allows it to recompense the providers of own funds and debt, to pay taxes and eventually to finance all or a part of its investment. Income and expenditure classified as financial or extraordinary in company accounts is excluded from gross operating surplus.
13110 Total purchases of goods and services (1000 EUR)
Purchases of goods and services include the value of all goods and services purchased during the accounting period for resale or consumption in the production process, excluding capital goods the consumption of which is registered as consumption of fixed capital. The goods and services concerned may be either resold with or without further transformation, completely used up in the production process or, finally, stocked.
13120 Purchases of goods and services for resale in the same conditions as received (1000 EUR)
Purchases of goods and services for resale in the same condition as received are purchases of goods for resale to third parties without further processing. Also included are purchases of services by ‘invoicing’ service companies, i.e. those whose turnover is composed not only of agency fees charged on a service transaction (as in the case of real estate agents) but also the actual amount involved in the service transaction, e.g. transport purchases by travel agents. The value of goods and services which are sold to third parties on a commission basis are excluded since these goods are neither bought nor sold by the agent receiving the commission.
13210 Change in stocks of goods and services (1000 EUR)
Change in stocks of goods and services (positive or negative) is the difference between the value of the stocks at the end and the beginning of the reference period. Change in stocks may be measured by the value of entries into stocks less the value of withdrawals and the value of any recurrent losses of goods held in stocks. Stocks are recorded at purchaser’s prices exclusive of VAT if they are purchased from another unit, otherwise at production cost.
13211 Change in stocks of goods and services purchased for resale in the same condition as received
Change in stocks of goods and services purchased for resale in the same condition as received is defined as the change in stocks at purchaser’s prices exclusive of VAT between the end and the beginning of the reference period. The change in stocks may be measured by the value of entries into stocks of products purchased for resale less the value of withdrawals and the value of any recurrent losses of goods held in stocks. Included in these stocks are goods and services bought for the sole purpose of reselling them in the same condition. Excluded are stocks of goods and services which are provided to third parties on a commission basis.
13213 Change in stocks of finished products and work in progress manufactured by the unit (1000 EUR)
Change in stocks of finished products and work in progress manufactured by the unit is defined as the change in the value of the stocks of finished products or in the course of production, which have been produced by the unit and which have not yet been sold, between the first and last days of the reference period.
13310 Personnel costs (1000 EUR)
Personnel costs are defined as the total remuneration, in cash or in kind, payable by an employer to an employee (regular and temporary employees as well as home-workers) in return for work done by the latter during the reference period. Personnel costs also include taxes and employees’ social security contributions retained by the unit as well as the employer’s compulsory and voluntary social contributions.
13320 Wages and salaries (1000 EUR)
Wages and salaries are defined as the total remuneration, in cash or in kind, payable to all persons counted on the payroll (including home workers), in return for work done during the accounting period, regardless of whether it is paid on the basis of working time, output or piecework and whether it is paid regularly or not.
13330 Social security costs (1000 EUR)
Employers’ social security costs correspond to an amount equal to the value of the social contributions incurred by employers in order to secure for their employees the entitlement to social benefits. Social security costs for the employer include the employer’s social security contributions to schemes for retirement pensions, sickness, maternity, disability, unemployment, occupational accidents and diseases, family allowances as well as other schemes.
15110 Gross investment in tangible goods (1000 EUR)
Gross investment in tangible goods includes all investment during the reference period in all tangible goods. Included are new and existing tangible capital goods, whether bought from third parties or produced for own use (i.e. capitalised production of tangible capital goods), having a useful life of more than one year, including non-produced tangible goods such as land.
15120 Gross investment in land (1000 EUR)
Gross investment in land includes, in addition to land, underground deposits, forests and inland waters. Where land is purchased with existing buildings and the value of the two components is not separable, the total is recorded under this heading if it is estimated that the value of the land exceeds the value of the existing buildings. If the existing buildings are estimated to be of greater value than the land, the total is recorded under gross investment in existing buildings and structures (15130). Also included here is land merely improved by levelling, the laying of pipes or by the provision of paths or roads. Land acquired through restructurations (such as mergers, take-overs, break-ups, split-off) is excluded.
15130 Gross investment in existing buildings and structures (1000 EUR)
Gross investment in existing buildings and structures includes the cost of the existing buildings and structures which have been acquired during the reference period. Where land is purchased with existing buildings and the value of the two components is not separable, the total is recorded under this heading if it is estimated that the value of the existing buildings exceeds the value of the land. If the land is estimated to be of greater value than the existing buildings, the total is recorded under gross investment in land (15120). Purchases of new buildings that have never been used are excluded. Existing buildings and structures acquired through restructurations (such as mergers, take-overs, break-ups, split-off) are excluded.
15140 Gross investment in construction and alteration of buildings (1000 EUR)
Gross investment in construction and alteration of buildings covers expenditure during the reference period on the construction or conversion of buildings. Purchases of new buildings that have never been used are included. Also included are all additions, alterations, improvements and renovations which prolong the service life or increase the productive capacity of buildings. Included are permanent installations such as water supply, central heating, air conditioning, lighting, etc. as well as construction expenditure related to oil wells (drilling), operational mines, pipelines, power transmission lines, gas-pipes, railway lines, port installations, roads, bridges, viaducts, drains and other site improvements. Current maintenance costs are excluded.
15150 Gross investment in machinery and equipment (1000 EUR)
Gross investment in machinery and equipment covers machinery (office machines etc.), special vehicles used on the premises, other machinery and equipment, all vehicles and boats used off the premises, i.e. motor cars, commercial vehicles and lorries as well as special vehicles of all types, boats, railway wagons, etc. acquired new or second hand during the reference period. Machinery and equipment acquired through restructurations (such as mergers, take-overs, break-ups, split-offs) are excluded. Also included are all additions, alterations, improvements and renovations which prolong the service life or increase the productive capacity of these capital goods. Current maintenance costs are excluded.
15210 Sales of tangible investment goods (1000 EUR)
Sales of tangible investment goods include the value of existing tangible capital goods, sold to third parties. Sales of tangible capital goods are valued at the price actually received (excluding VAT), and not at book value, after deducting any costs of ownership transfer incurred by the seller. Value adjustments and disposals other than by sale are excluded.
15310 Value of tangible goods acquired through financial leasing (1000 EUR)
Value of tangible goods acquired through financial leasing includes the value of tangible fixed assets that were acquired through financial leasing. Under a financial lease the lessee acquires the right to use a durable good in exchange for rental payments over a predetermined and protracted term. If all risks and rewards of ownership are de facto though not de jure transferred from lesser to lessee, the lease is a financial one. In financial leasing, the leasing period covers all, or most of, the economic lifetime of the durable good. At the end of the leasing period the lessee often has the option to buy the good at a nominal price. The lessor’s role is purely financial. The value to be recorded corresponds to the market value of the good if it had been purchased. This value is in principle known in the contract or can be estimated by summing-up the part of the instalments that cover the capital reimbursement. The part of instalments corresponding to the interest payments are to be excluded. From the reference year 2017 on we collect these data only with the INV-2 questionnaire (the government sector and public companies). Therefore, we are no longer publishing them.
15410 Acquisitions of intangible fixed assets (1000 EUR)
Acquisition of intangible fixed assets covers all acquisitions of intangible fixed assets made by a particular unit including mineral exploration, computer software, entertainment, literary or artistic originals and other intangible fixed assets used for more than one year.
15420 Gross investment in concessions (1000 EUR)
Gross investment in concessions, patents, licences, trade marks and similar rights includes the value of rights which limit the use of information, knowledge and know-how to the enterprise that owns the rights (or to other licensed users). Included are rights both purchased and produced by the enterprise during the reference year, where they are intended to be used for more than one year. These rights are valued at purchase price or production cost. They appear as a result of legal and accounting actions, e.g. by granting patents or by transferring economic benefits to third parties. Some give the owners the right to engage in certain activities, whereby all other institutional units are excluded unless they obtain the owner’s permission. Intangible non-produced assets are patents, leases and other transferable contracts, purchased goodwill and other intangible non-produced assets.
15440 Gross investment in software (1000 EUR)
Gross investment in software covers computer software, software descriptions and supporting documents for system software and application software. Included is purchased software and in-house produced software if expenditure is large. Also included is large expenditure for purchasing, developing and expanding the databases for which it is expected that they will be used for more than a year, irrespective if they are marketed or not. Computer software should be valued on the basis of the purchasers' price paid on the market, on the basis of estimated basic prices when produced in-house, or on the basis of costs of production when such prices are not available. Software acquired in previous years and not yet fully written down should be revalued at current prices or costs (which may be less than the original price or cost).
16110 Number of persons employed
The number of persons employed is defined as the total number of persons who work in the observation unit (paid or unpaid), as well as persons who work outside the unit they belong to and are paid by (e.g. sales representatives). It includes part-time, seasonal workers, and home workers on the pay-roll. The number of persons employed excludes workers supplied to the unit by other enterprises. Voluntary workers are also not included. Excluded are persons who are recipients of parental compensation (persons on maternity leave) and persons who are on long-term sick leave. Detached workers are included in the number of persons employed (persons employed in Slovenia and sent to work or training abroad).
16130 Number of employees
Employees are persons who work for an employer (for legal persons or for individual private entrepreneurs and other registered natural persons), receive payment in the form of salaries and are socially insured on the basis of the employment contract. The employment contract can be made for fixed or unspecified period of time, for full-time or part-time work. The number of employees includes also trainees, persons performing public works and partners in private companies and institutions in the Republic of Slovenia who are managers (if they do not have compulsory insurance on some other basis). The number of employees excludes students and pupils who work for an employer occasionally and receive payment. Excluded are persons who are recipients of parental compensation (persons on maternity leave) and persons who are on long-term sick leave. Detached workers are also included in the number of employees (persons employed in Slovenia and sent to work or training abroad).
YEAR
2005
less precise estimate - use with caution
2006
less precise estimate - use with caution
2007
less precise estimate - use with caution