Value added of enterprises by size class

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Value added of enterprises by size class

% of total value added

 201220132014201520162017
Belgium
  Small enterprises43.643.043.543.743.9--
  Medium size enterprises18.618.518.518.318.2--
  Large enterprises37.838.538.038.137.9--
Netherlands
  Small enterprises39.437.938.938.3----
  Medium size enterprises23.624.023.823.5----
  Large enterprises37.138.237.438.2----
France
  Small enterprises------39.740.0--
  Medium size enterprises15.5--15.515.515.5--
  Large enterprises------44.944.5--
Germany
  Small enterprises33.233.534.233.5----
  Medium size enterprises20.220.120.020.7----
  Large enterprises46.746.445.845.7----
Austria
  Small enterprises38.639.839.8--40.1--
  Medium size enterprises21.921.922.8--22.7--
  Large enterprises39.538.337.5--37.2--
United Kingdom
  Small enterprises35.236.235.134.333.1--
  Medium size enterprises15.817.016.916.314.7--
  Large enterprises49.146.948.149.552.1--
Europe 28
  Small enterprises----38.837.5----
  Medium size enterprises18.318.618.618.5----
  Large enterprises42.542.142.643.5----

Regional data

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Description

  •  15/10/2018

Value added of enterprises at current prices (at factor costs) as a percentage of total value added, by size class.

Value added at factor costs is the gross income from operating activities after adjusting for operating subsidies and indirect taxes. Value adjustments (such as depreciation) are not subtracted.

The basis for size classification is the total number of persons employed, which includes the self-employed. SMEs are firms with fewer than 250 persons employed.

Data cover the Total business economy; repair of computers, personal and household goods; except financial and insurance activities (NACE rev. 2 Sections BB to NN and Division S95, with the exception of Section KK). The data come from the Structural Business Statistics (SBS). SBS are transmitted annually by the EU Member States on the basis of a legal obligation from 1995 onwards. The majority of the data is collected by National Statistical Institutes (NSIs) by means of statistical surveys, business registers or from various administrative sources.

Other languages

  • Valeur ajoutée des entreprises par classe de taille
  • Toegevoegde waarde van ondernemingen naar grootteklasse

Source: Eurostat, Structural Business Statistics.