National accounts - Base 2005
Last update: May 15, 2013
The national accounts provide a complete and consistent description of french economy. They are an essential tool both for short-term and macroeconomic analysis.
They are published according to a double frequency: quarterly and annual accounts (see the schedule). Quarterly national accounts give a synthetic view of the recent past. They are in line with annual national accounts that give an accurate picture of the Nations' economy once a year.
The gross domestic product and the main economic aggregates of the national accounts.
Data relating to the households sector: income, purchasing power, final consumption and households accounts (current, non-financial, financial).
Data relating to the general government sector: debt and deficit according to Maastricht treaty, expenditures and revenues (including compulsory levies and main taxes), expenditures by functions of government, national accounts by sector (current, non-financial, financial).
Data relating to the non-financial corporations and unincorporated enterprises sector: main accounting ratios, national accounts by sector (current, non financial, financial).
The detailed results of the quarterly national accounts.
The detailed results of the annual national accounts: resources and uses of goods and services, homogeneous branches activity, institutional sectors, financial and non financial assets and liabilities, input and output tables, integrated economic accounts.