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Contents >> Appendixes >> Appendix 5: Use of SESCA in Government Finance Statistics

Appendix 5: Use of SESCA in Government Finance Statistics


The following table illustrates the most detailed analysis of ABS GFS that can be made using SESCA classifications.

Information is presented for the general government sector, public non-financial corporations public financial corporations, and the consolidated total of these three categories (called total public sector).

Information is also presented by level of government (LOG). Multi-jurisdictional units are included in the National LOG.

GFS are often presented for a combination of the State/Territory LOG and the Local LOG. This combination is usually given the title 'State and local government'.

Presentation of Public Sector Components in Government Finance Statistics

Public Sector
Level of Government (LOG)
and
Jurisdiction (JUR)
General government sectorPublic non-financial corporations
Public financial corporations


Total

National
Commonwealth
Multi-jurisdictional
Total National
State/Territory
New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland
Western Australia
South Australia
Tasmania
Northern Territory
Australian Capital Territory
Multi-jurisdictional (a)
Total State/Territory
Local
New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland
Western Australia
South Australia
Tasmania
Northern Territory
Multi-jurisdictional (a)
Total Local
Total

(a) Not currently applicable

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