Characteristics of the industry sectors by enterprise size Annual data 2020
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tableau Characteristics of the industry sectors by enterprise size in 2020
|Category of the enterprise||Number of enterprises||Employees (FTE¹)||Turnover, excluding tax (in million euros)||Value added, excluding tax(in million euros)||Personnel costs² (in million euros)||Gross operating surplus(in million euros)||Gross tangible investments, excluding contributions(in million euros)|
|Large enterprises and intermediate-sized enterprises (LE + ISEs)||1,814||2,117,242||897,466||222,483||151,679||57,767||44,123|
|Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), excluding micro-enterprises||24,063||764,756||159,043||53,360||39,378||11,874||9,348|
- 1. Full-time equivalent (FTE).
- 2. Wages and charges.
- Reading note: in 2020, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), excluding micro-enterprises, employed 764,756 of full-time equivalent (FTE) employees in the industry sectors.
- Coverage: France, enterprises within the industry sectors.
- Source: INSEE, ÉSANE.