South Africa General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) Statistics

15, Nov 2019, EST.

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Country or Region: South Africa › Change country
Economic Indicator: General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) › See all South Africa indicators, › See General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) data for all countries
Detailed Analysis for Year: 2015 › Change year
Full Dataset: from 1980 to 2019
Dataset updated: 17th March 2015
Data Source: International Monetary Fund (IMF)
National or Regional Currency: Rand
Currency Symbol: ZAR

Data are on a national income accounts basis. The structural budget position is defined as the actual budget deficit (or surplus) less the effects of cyclical deviations of output from potential output. Because of the margin of uncertainty that attaches to estimates of cyclical gaps and to tax and expenditure elasticities with respect to national income, indicators of structural budget positions should be interpreted as broad orders of magnitude. Source: Ministry of Finance or Treasury Latest actual data: 2014/15 Fiscal assumptions: Fiscal projections are based on the authorities? 2016 Budget Review. Start/end months of reporting year: January/December GFS Manual used: Government Finance Statistics Manual (GFSM) 2001 Basis of recording: Cash General government includes: Central Government;State Government;Social Security Funds; Valuation of public debt: Nominal value Primary domestic currency: South African rand Data last updated: 03/2016

General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) Statistics for South Africa , Year 2015 - In Detail

General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) for South Africa is ZAR -148.819 Billion. Data are on a national income accounts basis. The structural budget position is defined as the actual budget deficit (or surplus) less the effects of cyclical deviations of output from potential output. Because of the margin of uncertainty that attaches to estimates of cyclical gaps and to tax and expenditure elasticities with respect to national income, indicators of structural budget positions should be interpreted as broad orders of magnitude.

In the previous year, 2014, General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) for South Africa was ZAR -135.03 Billion General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) for South Africa in 2015 was or will be 10.21% more than it was or will be in 2014.

In the following or forecasted year, 2016, General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) for South Africa was or will be ZAR -137.25 Billion, which is 7.78% more than the 2015 figure.

* Source: IMF
General Government Structural Balance (National Currency) for South Africa, in other Years
Year Billion
  2021 -179.825
  2020 -164.223
  2019 -149.043
  2018 -138.275
  2017 -135.461
  2016 -137.246
2015 -148.819
  2014 -135.031
  2013 -137.907
  2012 -128.632
  2011 -108.327
  2010 -98.189
  2009 -77.832
  2008 -16.659
  2007 20.287
  2006 27.189
  2005 -4.237
  2004 -13.526
  2003 -17.325
  2002 -9.686
  2001 -8.448
  2000 -13.232
  1999 n/a
  1998 n/a
  1997 n/a
  1996 n/a
  1995 n/a
  1994 n/a
  1993 n/a
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  1980 n/a