The November 2009 release is an update of the March 2008 release and provides data up to 2007. The sources used for the update are from the National Accounts and obtained from National Statistical Institutes, Eurostat and EU KLEMS consortium partners. Data is provided in the standard industry classifications (so-called basic files), but also for special industry aggregations such as market versus non-market, goods versus services and ICT production (additional industry aggregations files). Also, detailed capital input files are downloadable. The next update is scheduled for November 2010.
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EU KLEMS release November 2009
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