Milijarda podatkov v podatkovni bazi SiStat

Performance of enterprises by controlling country, Slovenia, annually
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In some cases, totals do not match because of rounding.
Geographic aggregates cover all countries or territories, and only the most important ones are covered in the table.
With the new European legislation on business statistics, the range of observed activities and the number of variables observed have expanded. From 2021 on, the sections of education (P), health and social work (Q), art, entertainment and recreational activities (R) and other service activities (S96) also began to be monitored. The entire section of financial and insurance services (K) is now observed.
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- Methodological explanations
Data by country are published for Activity – TOTAL.
Sections K Financial and insurance, P Education, Q Human health and social work activities, R Art, entertainment and recreation activities and division S96 Other personal service activities are included in Activity - TOTAL from 2021.
Data from 2021 onwards are not directly comparable with data for previous states.
RS Serbia
From 2021, the data for Serbia no longer includes Kosovo. Kosovo is monitored separately with the new regulation. For the previous years data for Kosovo are included.
XK Kosovo
With the new regulation from 2021, the data for Kosovo is monitored separately. For the previous years, data for Kosovo are included in the data for Serbia.
Enterprises (number)
Enterprises are registered legal or natural persons in market non-financial activities (sections B to J, L to N and S95 by the Standard Classification of Activities 2008 – SKD 2008) which had turnover or personnel cost and were therefore active during at least a part of the reference period.
Net turnover (1000 EUR)
Net 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.For activities K64.11 and K64.19 turnover equals the production value. For activities K65.1, K65.2 and K65.3 turnover equals the gross premiums written.
Value added (1000 EUR)
Value added is calculated as gross income from operating activities after adjusting for operating subsidies and indirect taxes. Value added is calculated gross because value adjustments (such as depreciation) are not subtracted. Data on subsidies, grants, allowances, compensation and other revenue related to business performance are also taken into account. In 2020 and 2021, the COVID-19 crisis had a major impact on business operations. In accordance with accounting standards, enterprises also include salary compensation and crisis allowance among these subsidies, and this should be taken into account when comparing data on a year-on-year basis.
Employee benefits expense (1000 EUR)
Employee benefits expense 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. Employee benefits expense also include taxes and employees social security contributions retained by the unit as well as the employers compulsory and voluntary social contributions.
Gross investment in tangible non-current assets (1000 EUR)
Gross investment in tangible non-current assets 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
Employees and self-employed persons (number)
Number of employees and self-employed persons 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 employees and self-employed persons excludes workers supplied to the unit by other enterprises. Voluntary workers are also not included. Detached workers are included in the number of employees and self-employed persons (persons employed in Slovenia and sent to work or training abroad). From 2022 on, persons who are simultaneously employed in several enterprises are also included.
Employees (number)
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. Detached workers are also included in the number of employees (persons employed in Slovenia and sent to work or training abroad).
From 2021 on activities K Financial and insurance, P Education, Q Human health and social work activities, R Art, entertainment and recreation activities and division S96 Other personal service are additionally included.