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EM060: FINANCIAL STATISTICS OF ENTERPRISES (WITH 20 OR MORE PERSONS EMPLOYED) BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY AND CONTROLLING COUNTRY
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Latest update
8/31/2021
Unit
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Metadata – information on methodology and quality, incl. concepts and classifications (section 3), methodology documents (section 10) and source data and data compilation (section 18)
20319
Source
Statistics Estonia
Table code
EM060
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. Data are confidential.
.. Data are not collected.
The table presents the data of enterprises with 20 or more persons employed.
Economic activities total excluding agriculture, forestry, fishing and financial intermediation activities (NACE A and K).
Controlling country/region:
Curacao (NLD) - Since 2011 an autonomous constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands; previously a part of the Netherlands Antilles.
Netherlands Antilles - Until 2010. Starting 2011, the Netherlands Antilles were replaced by Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, Curacao and Sint Maarten.
France - Including Monaco.
In 2008 a new version of the classification of economic activities was implemented in the EU. The data in the present table are according to EMTAK 2008 (based on NACE Rev. 2).
Starting from reference year 2019, the new lease accounting standard IFRS 16 “Leases” of the International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) is applied. It provides for the recognition of most leases in the balance sheet (assets and liabilities). Previously, the lessee recognised finance leases in the balance sheet and operating leases off the balance sheet. According to the new standard, all leases are recognised in the balance sheet.
Users of the Estonian Financial Reporting Standard (EFS) can choose between two accounting principles:1) apply the principles of IFRS 16 in accounting for leases, where all leases are classified as finance leases and recognised in the balance sheet in a manner similar to IFRS 16; or
2) use the previous approach, where operating leases are not reported in the balance sheet.

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