Supply and use tables at current and previous year prices are published for Slovenia for 2016.
Structure of supply on the domestic territory: domestic production represented 69.4%, for goods 48.2%, for services 89.4%
Domestic production of goods and services represented 69.4% of the total value of supply of goods and services on the domestic territory at purchasers' prices in 2016. The share of imports was 25.6%, and the share of net taxes (taxes less subsidies on products) was 5.0%. The share of domestic production in domestic supply slightly decreased compared to 2015. In 2015, domestic production represented 69.7% in total supply on the domestic territory, imports 25.2% and net taxes 5.0%.
As regards goods, in 2016 domestic production had a 48.2% share, imports a 44.6% share and net taxes on products a 7.2% share of total supply. As regards services, domestic production represented 89.4%, imports 7.6% and net taxes on products 3.0% of total supply. Goods are considered as groups of products of agriculture, forestry, fishery, mining and quarrying, and manufacturing activities, i.e. according to CPA classification, and services are considered as groups of products from electricity, gas, steam and further.
Goods contributed 33.7% in the structure of domestic production in 2016 in Slovenia and services contributed 66.3%. In 2015, the share of goods in total domestic production was slightly higher, 33.8%.
The share of goods in imports was 84.7% in 2016 and 84.6% in 2015. The share of services in imports was 15.3% in 2016 and 15.4% in 2015.
In 2016, 69.6% of net taxes were realized in transactions with goods and 30.4% in transactions with services. In 2015, the shares were 67.6% and 32.4%. The highest share of net taxes on products in 2016 was realized by transactions with refined petroleum products (29.7% of all net taxes), followed by food products, beverages and tobacco products (17.0% of all net taxes).
In total supply on the domestic territory at purchasers’ prices, in 2016 goods thus had a 55.0% share and services a 45.0% share. In 2015, the shares were 54.6% and 45.4%.
Structure of the use of disposable goods and services on the domestic territory: 37.1% was used for intermediate consumption, 21.1% was used for household consumption
Of the total value of goods and services at purchasers’ prices that were available on the domestic territory from domestic production and imports in 2016, 37.1% was used for intermediate consumption in production processes, 21.1% for final household consumption, 27.5% of goods and services were exported, 7.1% was represented by government consumption, 6.5% by gross fixed capital formation and the rest was consumption of non-profit institutions and changes in inventories. In 2015, however, intermediate consumption represented 37.7%, final household consumption 21.0%, exports 27.0%, capital formation 7.0% and government consumption 6.9%.
Goods had a 48.8% share in intermediate consumption in 2016; the rest was the share of services. In household consumption goods represented 52.3% and in exports 81.9%. In 2015, the shares on use of goods were as follows: 49.1% in intermediate consumption, 51.4% in household consumption and 82.1% in exports.
Average price decrease for total supply and use on the domestic territory was 0.7%, the same as also for final household consumption
Average price changes in individual supply and use categories, calculated from the prepared supply and use tables at constant previous year prices, are as follows: compared to 2015, in 2016 the prices of goods and services from domestic production decreased on average by 0.1%, the prices of imported goods and services by 1.9%, and the prices for total supply and use on the domestic territory by 0.7%. Average price changes for individual use categories were as follows: in final household consumption prices decreased on average by 0.7%, the prices of capital formation goods and services increased by 0.3%, and the prices of exported goods and services decreased by 1.3%.
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The above data are some of the data that are calculated on the basis of published supply and use tables. Supply and use tables are matrices describing the domestic production process and transactions in products of the domestic economy in great detail. They show the structure of production, the structure of costs of production, incomes generated in the process of production, flows of goods and services within the domestic economy, and flows of goods and services with the rest of the world.
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