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Slovakia - Structural data

 
EU-25
1) GEOGRAPHY
Area (1000 km2):
49
Total population (1.1.2003):
5.379.161
Inhabitants per km2:
109,7
2) DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS (2001)
FERTILITY
Total fertility rate (children per woman) :
1,2
MORTALITY
Life expectancy at birth (2002) :
Males: 69,5
Females: 77,6
NUPTIALITY
Crude marriage rate (per 1000 population) :
4,4
POPULATION CHANGE (2002)
Natural increase (per 1000 population) (*1):
-0,7
Net migration (per 1000 population) (*2) :
0,9
EDUCATION
% of the population aged 25-64 having completed upper secondary education (2002)
85,8
EDUCATION EXPENDITURE (2001)
Total public expenditure on education as % of GDP (*3) :
4.03 p
3) ECONOMY
GDP (2003) (*4)
in millions of euro (*5) :
29.294

PPS/inhabitant (*5) :

11.900
STRUCTURE OF THE ECONOMY IN % (2002):
Agriculture, forestry and fishing :
4,4
Total industry : 25,8
Construction : 5,3

Services:

64,5
IMPORTS (2002)
Total
EU-15
AC-10
(in mio EUR)
(in mio EUR)
% of total
(in mio EUR)
% of total
17.581
8.846
50,3
3.882
22,1
EXPORTS (2002)
Total
EU-15
AC-10
(in mio EUR)
(in mio EUR)
% of total
(in mio EUR)
% of total
15.306
9.274
60,6
4.212
27,5
CONSUMER PRICES (2003)
Percentage change t/t-12 (December/December) (*6) :
3,4
Inflation (GDP deflator) : 4
POVERTY (*7)
% of population below 50% of median income :
2,1
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN % (2003)
Total
Males
Females
16,6
16,3
16,9
GENERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE AND RECEIPTS AS % of GDP (2003) (*8)
Total general government expenditure:
43,6
Total general government receipts:
41,6



(1*) Natural increase: difference between the number of live births and the number of deaths
(2*) Net migration: calculated by taking the difference between total population increase and natural increase
(3*) p = provisional
(4*) Gross domestic products at market prices
(5*) provisional
(6*) Change over a period of 12 months
(7*) Data refer to most recent year available during the period 1990-2000
(8*) provisional


Remark: PPS = Purchasing Power Standard. By using PPS differences in price levels are eliminated, making a comparison of the volume of GDP possible.


Sources:
New Cronos, EUROSTAT
New Cronos - theme 2
Enlargement Papers No 20, Commission
COMEXT, EUROSTAT
Statistics in focus - No 20/2003, EUROSTAT
Comext2-Comtrade
Human Development Report 2003, UNDP