National Statistical Institute
|Contact organisation unit|
"Non-financial national and regional accounts"
|Contact person function|
|Contact mail address|
2, P. Volov Str.; 1038 Sofia, Bulgaria
|Contact email address|
|Contact phone number|
+359 2 9857 659
|Contact fax number|
As an integrated part of the annual National Accounts Supply and Use Tables(SUT) are a final and balanced presentation of the economical categories in the composition of GDP, structured in details by groups of products and services, economic activities and categories of the final consumption. They are elaborated and improved in compliance with internationaly adopted methodological principles and standarts of the European System of National and Regional Accounts(ESA'95, before 2010 and ESA'2010 from 2010 onwards - Eurostat edition) and of the System of National Accounts,(SNA'93, before 2010 and SNA'2008 from 2010 onwards) - a colaboration of the UN, OECD, Eurostat, IMF and the World Bank. SUT are based on the concepts and definitions for treating the transactions, the economic individuals and the classificatory principles of statistical units' grouping as they are applied in elsewhere in the System.
Supply is presented in basic price, including transformation to market price.
Use is presented in market price.
· Classification of Economic Activities;
· Classification of Products by Economic Activities;
· Nomenclature of Industrial Production (PRODCOM);
· Nomenclature of agriculture, forestry and fishing products (PRODAGRO);
· Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (COICOP);
· Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG);
· Classification of the Purposes of Non-Profit Institutions Serving Households (COPNI).
|Statistical concepts and definitions|
Supply and Use tables are matrices by industries and products describing production processes and the transactions in products of the national economy in detail. These tables show:
a) the structure of the costs of production and the value added that is generated in the production process;
b) the flows of goods and services produced within the national economy;
c) the flows of goods and services with the rest of the world.
The ESA 1995(Regulation 2223/96 of the European Council) for the SUT before 2010 and ESA 2010(Regulation(EU) 549/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council) for the tables from 2010 onwards may be referred to for specific explanations concerning contents of the tables.
2000 - 2005 (NACE Rev.1) ESA95
2008 - 2010 (NACE Rev.2) ESA95
2010 - 2014 (NACE Rev.2) ESA2010
- Household budget survey;
- Business statistics surveys and business tendency surveys;
- Surveys of private agricultural farms.
- Annual report of non-financial enterprises;
- Annual report of non-profit institutions;
- Annual report for bank institutions;
- Annual report of insurance companies and pension funds;
- Annual report of other financial intermediaries.
- Incorporated statement of government budget execution;
- Customs information;
- Tax information;
- Balance of payments.
|Frequency of data collection|
· European Statistics Code of Practice;
· Common framework of quality assurance in National statistical system.
|Data completeness - rate|
|Accuracy and reliability|
|Sampling errors - indicators|
|Over-coverage - rate|
|Common units - proportion|
|Non response error|
|Unit non-response - rate|
|Item non-response - rate|
|Imputation - rate|
|Model assumption error|
|Data revision - policy|
|Data revision - practice|
|Data revision - average size|
|Timeliness and punctuality|
|Time lag - first results|
|Time lag - final results|
The data transmitted to Eurostat are in compliance with National Accounts Data Distribution Program Annex B and respective derogations for the country.
|Punctuality - delivery and publication|
|Coherence and comparability|
|Comparability - geographical|
The comparability is ensured through the implementation of common definitions of ESA 2010.
|Asymmetry for mirror flows statistics - coefficient|
|Comparability - over time|
By using a common framework of the European System of Accounts ESA 2010, the data can be comparable over time.
|Length of comparable time series|
|Coherence - cross domain|
|Coherence - sub annual and annual statistics|
|Coherence - National Accounts|
|Coherence - internal|
|Accessibility and clarity|
SUT are available to all users of the NSI website under the heading Macroeconomic statistics - Supply Use Tables: https://www.nsi.bg/en/node/5466
|Data tables - consultations|
|Metadata - consultations|
|Documentation on methodology|
European System of National and Regional Accounts (ESA 1995) for the years before 2010 and (ESA2010) from 2010 onwards.
|Metadata completeness – rate|
|Cost and burden|
|Confidentiality - policy|
· Law on Statistics;
· Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 on European statistics (recital 24 and Article 20(4)) of 11 March 2009 (OJ L 87, p. 164), stipulates the need to establish common principles and guidelines ensuring the confidentiality of data used for the production of European statistics and the access to those confidential data with due account for technical developments and the requirements of users in a democratic society.
|Confidentiality – data treatment|
Individual data are not published in accordance with article 25 of the Law on Statistics. The publishing of individual data can be performed only in accordance with article 26 of the same law.
Download in SDMX 2.1 file format: Supply Use Tables
Metadata Structure Definition in SDMX 2.1: ESQRS_MSD+BNSI+2.0+SDMX.2.1.xml
Download in SDMX 2.0 file format: Supply Use Tables
Metadata Structure Definition in SDMX 2.0: ESQRS_MSD+BNSI+2.0+SDMX.2.0.xml