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Statutory capital reflects the value of the statutory capital, registered in the establishment documents: in joint stock companies – the nominal value of issued shares; in limited liability companies – the value of the participation quotas; in state and municipal enterprises – the value of state means invested in the statutory capital.

Employee is the person who performs his/her activity based on a work contract within an economic or social unit – regardless of its ownership form – or with individuals (based on a contract or agreements) for a remuneration in the form of a salary, payment in cash or in kind, in the form of a commission, etc. By convention, servicemen are registered with the same statute.

Employer is the person who performs his/her occupation (profession) in his/her own unit (enterprise, agency, workshop, shop, office, firm, etc.), for the activity of which he/she employs one or more permanent employees.

Non-remunerated family worker is the person who performs his/her activity in a family economic unit led by a family member or a relative, for which he/she does not receive remuneration in the form of a salary or payment in kind.

Sale revenues (turnover) represents the revenues obtained from selling products, goods, performed works, and provided services.

Immobilized production represents the cost of works and expenses incurred by the enterprise for itself, which are registered in the composition of long-term assets.

Subsidies – assistance granted to enterprises by the state, conditioned by observance of some conditions afferent to the activity of the enterprise.

Local unit is an enterprise or a part of an enterprise (for instance, subsidiary, workshop, plant, storage facility, mine, storehouse, etc.) which meets the following criteria:

  • is located at an identified address;
  • at least one person operates;
  • economic activity is carried on.

Production includes all the products which were manufactured and all the services that were provided during one calendar year.

Gross added value is measured as difference between the value of produced goods and services and intermediary consumption, representing the newly-created value in the production process.

Gross operating surplus corresponds to the value added after deducting compensation for employees and the taxes on production.

Leasing – a business activity in the frame of which a party (lessor) undertakes, at the request of another party (tenant), to provide in possession and temporary use a good, purchased or produced by the lessor for a periodic payment (lease rate); upon expiration of the leasing contract, to respect the right of option of tenant to buy the good, to extend the leasing contract or to terminate the contractual reports.

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