The Yearbook of Health Statistics, which has been published since 1957, offers a well-founded empirical inventory of the state of health and health care of the Austrian population. It covers a broad spectrum of information, ranging from fertility rates and medical characteristics of births to mortality and causes of death, and also includes demographic data relevant to the health care system. The publication is available in German only but contains an English summary.
This publication provides detailed information on the number of companies assessed, taxable and non-taxable turnover (including the given reasons for exemption), turnover subject to tax by tax rates, deductible input tax and the balance of tax payable/credit. Further information is provided by data shown by legal forms, economic sectors and levels of taxable turnover. The data is broken down regionally at a number of levels, from federal provinces to EU-defined NUTS units down to political districts, thus enabling conclusions to be drawn concerning regional economies. The publication is available in German only.
New passenger car registrations increased by 16.2% in the first quarter of 2021; March results almost reach pre-Corona level
In the first quarter of 2021, new registrations of passenger cars increased by 16.2% year-on-year to 63 522 vehicles. The positive development was due to the significant increase in March (+177.1% to 29 526 passenger cars; January: ‑38,4%, February: ‑5,7%). This means that new passenger car registrations in March 2021 were only 7.6% lower than in March 2019 (31 958). In March 2020, 66.7% fewer new passenger car registrations (10 654) than in March 2019 were reported due to the corona-related shutdown.
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