Theme 'Economy'

Energy Balance Sheets 2008

The annual bilingual publication ‘Energy Balance Sheets 2008’ contains the data for 2003 - 2008 on energy statistics obtained from the current surveys of the National Statistical Institute.
The publication presents also detailed information on:
• Commodity energy balances - coal and coal products, crude oil and oil products, natural gas, renewables, electricity and heat
• Overall energy balance
• Primary energy production

Main Short-Term Indicators, vol. 2/2009

Main Short-Term Indicators, vol. 2/2009
The National Statistical Institute presents to the users of statistical information the second recently published issue of a quarterly bilingual (Bulgarian/English) publication Main Short-Term Indicators. The publication is available as a printed edition and electronic version on CD-ROM.
The publication contains up-to-date information concerning the situation and the development of the material sphere in short-term aspect by branches: industry, construction, trade, transport and other services as well as tourism, labour market and investment.

Tourism 2008

Tourism 2008
The National Statistical Institute presents the annual publication ‘Tourism 2008’ to users with an interest in statistical information in the field of tourism (in a printed version and on a CD). The publication is bilingual (Bulgarian/English) and contains statistical data on the development of tourism in Bulgaria. Basic statistical data for the years 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000 and the period 2006 – 2008 are included, along with methodological notes.
The data are classified into five sections:

Supply - Use Tables 2004

Supply - Use Tables 2004
The National Statistical Institute informs the users of statistical information that the new electronic publication ‘Supply and Use Tables’ is already on sale.
The publication contains Supply and Use tables for year 2004, prepared by NSI. As the Tables are an integrated part of Annual National Accounts, they present in a final and balanced version the economical categories into the GDP, structured in details by groups of products and services, types of production activities and types of categories of final demand.