Net income from abroad is the difference between the total values of the primary incomes receivable from and payable to non-residents.
Income in kind received by employees is measured by the value of the goods and services provided by employers to their employees in remuneration for work done.
Income recipient refers to all household members who receive income from any sources (such as item 6.4) within the reference period. One household may have more than one income recipients.
As traditionally understood, indirect taxes are taxes that supposedly can be passed on, in whole or in part to other institutional units by increasing the prices of the goods or services sold.
This refers to a business, owned and operated by one person for his own profit. The owner has the exclusive right to control the operation of the establishment.
Liquid, solid and gaseous wastes originating from the manufacture of specific products.
Activities of households as employers; undifferentiated goods-and services-producing activities of households for own use only accounted for activities of households as employers.
An industry consists of a group of establishments engaged on the same, or similar, kinds of activity
Refers to deaths of infants aged less than one year.
The ratio number of deaths of infants under 1 year of age in a given year to the total number of live births in that year (per thousand live births).