|Exporting sector (SIC2008)||Supplying sector (SIC2008)||Periods||Labour volume (total) (x 1 000 labour years)||Value added (x million euros)||Imports (x million euros)|
|N Renting and other business support||N Renting and other business support||2021*||61.1||7,467.8||6,238.7|
This table contains data on earnings from exports of goods and services. It shows how many euro’s a sector earns through its own exports and the exports of other.
This information is broken down into exporting and supplying sector.
Data available from: 2015
Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are final for the years 2015 up to and including 2020. The figures for the most recent reporting year 2021 are provisional.
Changes as of 23 November 2022:
The provisional figures 0f 2021 are added.
When will new figures be published?
New figures will be published as provisional nine months after the end of the reporting year. After 21 months, figures will be published as final.
- Labour volume (total)
- The amount of labour used in the beneficiary to produce goods and services for the exports of the exporting sector. This is expressed in labour years.
- Value added
- The value of all produced goods and services (production value or output) minus the value of goods and services which were used up during this production (intermediate use). The output is valued at basic prices, i.e. the selling price excluding the trade and transport margin and excluding any taxes on products paid and subsidies on products received. The intermediate use is valued at the purchase value excluding non-deductible VAT.
- The imports by the beneficiary sector required to produce inputs for the exports of the exporting sector.
The supply of goods and rendering of services from abroad (by non-residents) to residents.