SUT Indicators
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These indicators are calculated by the OECD from the SUT statistics reported to the OECD by countries in their answers to Supply and Use questionnaire.

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These indicators are calculated by the OECD from the SUT statistics reported to the OECD by countries in their answers to Supply and Use questionnaire.

Key statistical concept

The supply table describes the supply of goods and services, which are either produced in the domestic industry or imported. The use table shows where and how goods and services are used in the economy. Therefore in addition to their essential role to better estimations of National Accounts, Supply and Use tables are also a very powerful tool to understand the impact of policy decisions and globalisation, as they provide a detailed analysis of the process of production and the use of goods and services.

For example, the Supply and Use Tables could be used to measure the the percentage of imports used in the production process or the share of trade and transport margins in the households’ final consumption expenditure.

What role for supply-use tables ?http://oecdinsights.org/2017/06/05/statistical-insights-what-role-for-supply-use-tables/