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  Title STS - Short-Term Statistics 

  Data source European Commission (Eurostat) and European Central Bank calculations based on Eurostat and ACEA (the European Automobile Manufacturers Association) data

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  Catalog Download the series catalogue of the dataset STS in CSV format, i.e. full list of series and associated metadata: Excel 2013 (zipped) or the earlier Excel versions.
  Data presentation - Summary description Industrial producer prices, industrial production, industrial new orders, industrial turnover and retail sales data are published by the European Commission (Eurostat). Euro area results are obtained by aggregating data for individual countries compiled by national statistical authorities. They are broken down following the classification of economic activities in the EU (NACE) and by the Main Industrial Groupings (MIGS) derived from it.

Industrial producer prices reflect the ex-factory-gate prices (transportation costs are not included) of all products sold by industry excluding construction on the domestic markets of the euro area countries, excluding imports. They include indirect taxes except VAT and other deductible taxes.

Industrial production reflects the volume growth of value added of the industries concerned.

Industrial new orders measure the orders received during the reference period and cover industries working mainly on the basis of orders – in particular textile, pulp and paper, chemical, metal, capital goods and durable consumer goods industries. The data are calculated on the basis of current prices.

Indices for turnover in industry and for the retail trade measure the turnover, including all duties and taxes with the exception of VAT, invoiced during the reference period. Retail trade turnover covers all retail trade excluding sales of motor vehicles and motorcycles, and except repairs.

Unemployment rates published by the European Commission (Eurostat) and conform to International Labour Organisation (ILO) guidelines. They refer to persons actively seeking work as a share of the labour force, using harmonised criteria and definitions.

The labour cost indices are published by the European Commission (Eurostat) and national statistical authorities and measure the changes in labour costs per hour worked in industry (including construction) and market services. A breakdown of hourly labour costs for the euro area is available by labour cost component (wages and salaries, other labour costs) and by economic activity (NACE sections).

The new passenger cars data for euro area are seasonally and working day adjusted by the ECB based on data compiled by ACEA (the European Automobile Manufacturers Association). New passenger car registrations cover registrations of both private and commercial passenger cars.


  Data presentation - Detailed description Link to the NACE Rev2 detailed structure: PDF

  Time period Monthly, quarterly

  Classification system Data Structure Definition

  Statistical concepts and definitions For information about the naming convention (series key dimensions and metadata), refer to the STS underlying DSD (ECB_STS1) maintained by the ECB.
  Metadata last update 08/FEB/2019 10:24:27

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Title Complement Belgium - Car registration, New commercial vehicles; Absolute value; European Central Bank; Working day adjusted, not seasonally adjusted
Series Key STS.A.BE.W.CREG.CV0000.3.ABS
ECB Last update 2020-09-24 11:24:04.0
Unit Pure number
Reference area Belgium (BE)
Collection indicator Summed through period (S)
Compilation Data collected by A.C.E.A./A.A.A.
Decimals Zero (0)
Source agency European Central Bank (ECB) (4F0)
Publication source ECB Calculation
Title New commercial vehicle registration
Frequency Annual