Quarterly economic indicators of transport enterprises (until 2015)
Statistical activity code: 22019
Income of transport enterprises by type of transport.
Subsidies of road transport by resource and recipient.
Estonian Classifcation of Economic Activities (EMTAK 2008) based on NACE Rev. 2
Transport enterprises, EMTAK 49-51.
Domestic transport – any traffic within the borders of Estonia.
International transport – the origin and/or destination point of passenger or freight transport is outside Estonia.
Sales of transport services – net sales revenue received or receivable from passenger or freight transport, incl. leasing out lorries with a driver.
Services connected with transport – sale of goods and services on a vessel, logistics services, etc.
Services paid abroad – the party ordering service is located abroad.
Services paid in Estonia by international traffic; Services paid in Estonia by domestic traffic – the party ordering service is located in Estonia in case of international as well as domestic transport.
Subsidy – targeted financing of operating expenses, unrequited payments to an enterprise or institution.
Turnover (formerly ‘net sales’) – income from sale of all products, goods and services received or to be received, which does not include VAT and excises. Turnover is equal with the pay received or to be received and is calculated on a accrual basis accounting. Turnover excludes subsidies.
Subsidies are excluded from turnover (targeted financing of operating expenses granted from the state or local budget or received from the institutions of the European Union).
Enterprise – company
Enterprises whose main activity is the carriage of passengers or goods
List of active enterprises whose main activity is land transport, water transport or air transport. The list is generated from the Business Register for Statistical Purposes.
Estonia as a whole
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Regulation (EC) No 1158/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 July 2005 amending Council Regulation (EC) No 1165/98 concerning short-term statistics
Council Regulation (EC) No 1165/98 of 19 May 1998 concerning short-term statistics
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
International Transport Forum (ITF)
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Data serve as input for statistical activities 20413 „Service Producer Price Index”, 21405 „Quarterly national accounts” and 21408 „Supply and use tables”.
Methodology of short-term business statistics. Interpretation and guidelines, Eurostat (2006)
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The data are comparable with the data of other European Union Member States.
The data are comparable across time.
Data are related to statistical activities 20007 „Quarterly Financial Statistics of Enterprises”.
The outputs of the statistical activity are coherent. Higher-level aggregations are derived from detailed data according to pre-defined procedures.
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The published data may be revised if the methodology is modified, if errors are discovered, if new or better data become available or when the data for the following quarter are released.
DATA FROM OTHER STATISTICAL ACTIVITIES
Data from statistical activity 20007 „Quarterly financial statistics of enterprises” are used.
Data are collected through eSTAT (the web channel for electronic data submission) and from administrative data sources. eSTAT is also used to monitor the completion of questionnaires. The questionnaires have been designed for completion in eSTAT by the respondents themselves and they include instructions and controls. The questionnaires and information about data submission are available on Statistics Estonia’s website at http://www.stat.ee/andmete-esitamine (in Estonian). Data are collected with the quarterly statistical questionnaire „Majandustegevus. Transport”.
Arithmetic and qualitative controls are used in the validation process, including comparison with the data of previous periods and other surveys.
The indicators to be published are calculated on the basis of the collected data.
Adjustment is carried out for the series of sales revenue and number of people occupied with work. Time series are seasonally and calendar adjusted (ie working day effect is removed).