Central government units, expenditure (discontinued)

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08335: StatRes. Expenditure and man-years in central government, by type of service (closed series) (2006 - 2014)
08822: StatRes. Employed, by sector, sex and age (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
08849: StatRes. Employed, by sector, immigrant category and world region of birth (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
08850: StatRes. Employed, by sector, sex and level of education (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
08851: StatRes. Employed, by sector, sex and working hours per week (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
08852: StatRes. Employed, by sector and place of work (C) (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
09200: StatRes. Man-years in central government, by type of service, sex and age (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
09202: StatRes. Man-years in central government, by type of service, sex and level of education (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
09205: StatRes. Man-years in central government, by type of service, sex and working hours per week (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
09206: StatRes. Man-years in central government, by type of service, immigrant category and world region of birth (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
09207: StatRes. Man-years in central government, by type of service and place of work (M) (closed series) (2009 - 2013)
06643: StatRes. Central government. Input. Expenditure by type and function (closed series) (1995 - 2008)
06645: StatRes. Central government. Input. Expenditure by type and ministry incl subunits (closed series) (2004 - 2008)
06647: StatRes. Central government. Input. General government. Expenditure by type and function (closed series) (1995 - 2008)
06654: StatRes. Central government. Input. Employees by function (closed series) (1995 - 2008)

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(C)=county, (M)=municipality, (BU)=Basic statistical unit, (UD)=urban district, (US)=urban settlement

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