Portuguese National Accounts are a coherent, consistent and integrated set of macroeconomic accounts, balance sheets and tables based on concepts, definitions, classifications and accounting rules defined by the European System of National and Regional Accounts 1995, which is broadly consistent with the System of National Accounts of the United Nations (1993 SNA).
National Accounts present a large set of detailed information, organised according to economic principles and intend to give a perception on the working of an economy. They provide a comprehensive and detailed record of the complex economic activities taking place within an economy and of the interaction between the different economic agents and are suitable for economic analysis, decision-taking and policy-making.
The current benchmark year of the Portuguese National Accounts is 2006, which is also the reference year for the chain-linked volume data presented herein.
The tables presented in this section are available in Portuguese and English. The codes in some of the tables are from the ESA 1995.
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