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Document 32014B0067

2014/67/EU, Euratom: Definitive adoption of the European Union's general budget for the financial year 2014

OJ L 51, 20.2.2014, p. 1–1982 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

No longer in force, Date of end of validity: 31/12/2014

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/budget/2014/1/oj

20.2.2014   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 51/1


DEFINITIVE ADOPTION

of the European Union's general budget for the financial year 2014

(2014/67/EU, Euratom)

THE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 314 thereof,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community, and in particular Article 106a thereof,

Having regard to Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities' own resources (1),

Having regard to Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (2),

Having regard to the Interinstitutional Agreement of 17 May 2006 between the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission on budgetary discipline and sound financial management (3),

Having regard to the Interinstitutional Agreement of 2 December 2013 between the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission on budgetary discipline, on cooperation in budgetary matters and on sound financial management (4),

Having regard to Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013 of 2 December 2013 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2014-2020 (5),

Having regard to the draft general budget of the European Union for the financial year 2014, which the Commission presented on 28 June 2013,

Having regard to the position on the draft budget of the European Union adopted by the Council on 2 September 2013 and forwarded to Parliament on 12 September 2013,

Having regard to Letters of Amendment No 1/2014 and No 2/2014 to the draft general budget of the European Union for the financial year 2014 presented by the Commission on 18 September 2013 and 16 October 2013 respectively,

Having regard to the resolution adopted by Parliament on 23 October 2013 on the draft general budget of the European Union for the financial year 2014, as modified by the Council,

Having regard to the amendments adopted by Parliament on 23 October 2013 to the draft general budget,

Having regard to the President's letter of 23 October 2013 convening, in agreement with the President of the Council, a meeting of the Conciliation Committee on 4 November 2013,

Having regard to the letter sent by the President of the Council on 23 October 2013 informing that the Council may not approve all the amendments adopted by Parliament,

Having regard to the fact that the Conciliation Committee agreed on a joint text within the 21 days referred to in Article 314(6) of Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to the approval of the joint text by the Council on 19 November 2013,

Having regard to Parliament's approval of the joint text on 20 November 2013,

Having regard to Rules 75b, 75d and 75e of Parliament's Rules of Procedure,

DECLARES:

Sole Article

The procedure under Article 314 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union is complete and the European Union's general budget for the financial year 2014 has been definitively adopted.

Done at Strasbourg, 20 November 2013.

The President

M. SCHULZ


(1)  OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17.

(2)  OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1.

(3)  OJ C 139, 14.6.2006, p. 1.

(4)  OJ C 373, 20.12.2013, p. 1.

(5)  OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 884.


CONTENTS

GENERAL STATEMENT OF REVENUE

A. Introduction and financing of the general budget

B. General statement of revenue by budget heading

C. Establishment plan — staff

D. Buildings

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BY SECTION

Section I: Parliament

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

Section II: European Council and Council

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

Section III: Commission (Volume II)

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

Section IV: Court of Justice of the European Union

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

Section V: Court of Auditors

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

Section VI: European Economic and Social Committee

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

Section VII: Committee of the Regions

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

Section VIII: European Ombudsman

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

Section IX: European Data Protection Supervisor

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

Section X: European External Action Service

— Revenue

— Expenditure

— Staff

CONTENTS

GENERAL STATEMENT OF REVENUE

A. Introduction and financing of the general budget

B. General statement of revenue by budget heading

— Title 1:

Own resources

— Title 3:

Surpluses, balances and adjustments

— Title 4:

Revenue accruing from persons working with the institutions and other Union bodies

— Title 5:

Revenue accruing from the administrative operation of the institutions

— Title 6:

Contributions and refunds in connection with Union agreements and programmes

— Title 7:

Interest on late payments and fines

— Title 8:

Borrowing and lending operations

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

C. Establishment plan — staff

D. Buildings

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BY SECTION

Section I: Parliament

— Revenue

— Title 4:

Revenue accruing from persons working with the institutions and other union bodies

— Title 5:

Revenue accruing from the administrative operation of the institution

— Title 6:

Contributions and refunds in connection with union agreements and programmes

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

— Expenditure

— Title 1:

Persons working with the institution

— Title 2:

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

— Title 3:

Expenditure resulting from general functions carried out by the institution

— Title 4:

Expenditure resulting from special functions carried out by the institution

— Title 10:

Other expenditure

— Staff

Section II: European Council and Council

— Revenue

— Title 4:

Miscellaneous union taxes, levies and dues

— Title 5:

Revenue accruing from the administrative operation of the institution

— Title 6:

Contributions and repayments under union agreements and programmes

— Title 7:

Interest on late payments

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

— Expenditure

— Title 1:

Persons working with the institution

— Title 2:

Buildings, equipment and operating expenditure

— Title 10:

Other expenditure

— Staff

Section IV: Court of Justice of the European Union

— Revenue

— Title 4:

Revenue accruing from persons working with the institutions and other union bodies

— Title 5:

Revenue accruing from the administrative operation of the institution

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

— Expenditure

— Title 1:

Persons working with the institution

— Title 2:

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

— Title 3:

Expenditure resulting from special functions carried out by the institution

— Title 10:

Other expenditure

— Staff

Section V: Court of Auditors

— Revenue

— Title 4:

Revenue accruing from persons working with the institution

— Title 5:

Revenue accruing from the administrative operation of the institution

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

— Expenditure

— Title 1:

Persons working with the institution

— Title 2:

Buildings, movable property, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

— Title 10:

Other expenditure

— Staff

Section VI: European Economic and Social Committee

— Revenue

— Title 4:

Revenue accruing from persons working with the institutions and other union bodies

— Title 5:

Revenue accruing from the administrative operation of the institution

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

— Expenditure

— Title 1:

Persons working with the institution

— Title 2:

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

— Title 10:

Other expenditure

— Staff

Section VII: Committee of the Regions

— Revenue

— Title 4:

Revenue accruing from persons working with the institutions and other union bodies

— Title 5:

Revenue accruing from the administrative operation of the institution

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

— Expenditure

— Title 1:

Persons working with the institution

— Title 2:

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

— Title 10:

Other expenditure

— Staff

Section VIII: European Ombudsman

— Revenue

— Title 4:

Revenue accruing from persons working with the institutions and other union bodies

— Title 6:

Contributions and refunds in connection with union agreements and programmes

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

— Expenditure

— Title 1:

Expenditure relating to persons working with the institution

— Title 2:

Buildings, furniture, equipment and miscellaneous operating expenditure

— Title 3:

Expenditure resulting from general functions carried out by the institution

— Title 10:

Other expenditure

— Staff

Section IX: European Data Protection Supervisor

— Revenue

— Title 4:

Miscellaneous union taxes, levies and charges

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

— Expenditure

— Title 1:

Expenditure relating to persons working with the institution

— Title 2:

Buildings, equipment and expenditure in connection with the operation of the institution

— Title 3:

European data protection board

— Title 10:

Other expenditure

— Staff

Section X: European External Action Service

— Revenue

— Title 4:

Miscellaneous union taxes, levies and dues

— Title 5:

Revenue accruing from the administrative operation of the institution

— Title 6:

Contributions and repayments under union agreements and programmes

— Title 7:

Interest on late payments

— Title 9:

Miscellaneous revenue

— Expenditure

— Title 1:

Staff at headquarters

— Title 2:

Buildings, equipment and operating expenditure at headquarters

— Title 3:

Delegations

— Title 10:

Other expenditure

— Staff

A.   INTRODUCTION AND FINANCING OF THE GENERAL BUDGET

INTRODUCTION

The general budget of the European Union is the instrument which sets out and authorises the total amount of revenue and expenditure deemed necessary for the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community for each year.

The budget is established and implemented in compliance with the principles of unity, budgetary accuracy, annuality, equilibrium, unit of account, universality, specification, sound financial management and transparency.

The principle of unity and the principle of budgetary accuracy mean that all revenue and expenditure of the Union when it is charged to the budget must be incorporated in a single document.

The principle of annuality means that the budget is adopted for one budgetary year at a time and that both commitment and payment appropriations for the current budgetary year must, in principle, be used in the course of the year.

The principle of equilibrium means that forecasts of revenue for the budgetary year must be equal to payment appropriations for that year; borrowing to cover any budget deficit which may arise is not compatible with the own resources system and will not be authorised.

In accordance with the principle of unit of account, the budget is drawn up and implemented in euros and the accounts shall be presented in euros.

The principle of universality means that total revenue is to cover total payment appropriations with the exception of a limited number of revenue items which are assigned to particular items of expenditure. Revenue and expenditure are entered in full in the budget without any adjustment against each other.

The principle of specification means that each appropriation must have a given purpose and be assigned to a specific objective in order to prevent any confusion between appropriations.

The principle of sound financial management is defined by reference to the principles of economy, efficiency and effectiveness.

The budget is established in compliance with the principle of transparency, ensuring sound information on the implementation of the budget and the accounts.

The budget presents appropriations and resources by purpose (activity-based budgeting), with a view to enhancing transparency in the management of the budget with reference to the objectives of sound financial management and in particular efficiency and effectiveness.

The expenditure authorised by the present budget totals EUR 142 640 479 571 in commitment appropriations and EUR 135 504 613 000 in payment appropriations, representing a variation rate of –6,21 % and of –6,19 % respectively by comparison with the 2013 budget.

Budgetary revenue totals EUR 135 504 613 000. The uniform rate of call for the VAT resource is 0,30 % whilst that for the GNI resource is 0,7390 %. Traditional own resources (customs duties and sugar levies) account for 12,04 % of the financing of the budget for 2014. The VAT resource accounts for 13,20 % and the GNI resource for 73,63 %. Other revenue for this financial year is estimated at EUR 1 544 428 277.

The own resources needed to finance the 2014 budget account for 0,99 % of the total GNI, thus falling below the ceiling of 1,23 % of GNI calculated using the method set out in Article 3(1) of Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17).

The tables below set out step by step the method used to calculate the financing of the 2014 budget.

FINANCING OF THE GENERAL BUDGET

Appropriations to be covered during the financial year 2014 pursuant to Article 1 of Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources

EXPENDITURE

Description

Budget 2014

Budget 2013 (1)

Change (%)

1.

Smart and inclusive growth

62 392 787 058

69 127 255 205

–9,74

2.

Sustainable growth: natural resources

56 458 930 369

57 814 298 094

–2,34

3.

Security and citizenship

1 677 039 976

1 894 151 766

–11,46

4.

Global Europe

6 191 238 421

6 731 869 945

–8,03

5.

Administration

8 406 017 176

8 417 791 740

–0,14

6.

Compensation

28 600 000

75 000 000

–61,87

Special instruments

350 000 000

390 465 192

–10,36

Total expenditure  (2)

135 504 613 000

144 450 831 942

–6,19


REVENUE

Description

Budget 2014

Budget 2013 (3)

Change (%)

Miscellaneous revenue (Titles 4 to 9)

1 544 428 277

3 067 967 007

–49,66

Surplus available from the preceding financial year (Chapter 3 0, Article 3 0 0)

p.m.

1 023 276 526

Surplus of own resources resulting from the repayment of the surplus of the Guarantee Fund for external actions (Chapter 3 0, Article 3 0 2)

p.m.

34 000 000

Balance of own resources accruing from VAT and GNP/GNI-based own resources for earlier years (Chapters 3 1 and 3 2)

p.m.

p.m.

Total revenue for Titles 3 to 9

1 544 428 277

4 125 243 533

–62,56

Net amount of customs duties and sugar levies (Chapters 1 1 and 1 2)

16 310 700 000

14 822 700 000

+10,04

VAT-based own resource at the uniform rate (Tables 1 and 2, Chapter 1 3)

17 882 179 650

14 680 052 250

+21,81

Remainder to be financed by the additional resource (GNI-based own resource, Table 3, Chapter 1 4)

99 767 305 073

110 822 836 159

–9,98

Appropriations to be covered by the own resources referred to in Article 2 of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom (4)

133 960 184 723

140 325 588 409

–4,54

Total revenue  (5)

135 504 613 000

144 450 831 942

–6,19


TABLE 1

Calculation of capping of harmonised value added tax (VAT) bases pursuant to Article 2(1)(b) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

Member State

1 % of non-capped VAT base

1 % of gross national income

Capping rate (in %)

1 % of gross national income multiplied by capping rate

1 % of capped VAT base (6)

Member States whose VAT base is capped

 

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Belgium

1 675 608 000

3 995 217 000

50

1 997 608 500

1 675 608 000

 

Bulgaria

206 005 000

414 657 000

50

207 328 500

206 005 000

 

Czech Republic

645 752 000

1 428 027 000

50

714 013 500

645 752 000

 

Denmark

1 020 116 000

2 641 773 000

50

1 320 886 500

1 020 116 000

 

Germany

12 384 113 000

28 440 033 000

50

14 220 016 500

12 384 113 000

 

Estonia

87 252 000

184 233 000

50

92 116 500

87 252 000

 

Ireland

653 931 000

1 384 808 000

50

692 404 000

653 931 000

 

Greece

650 120 000

1 813 897 000

50

906 948 500

650 120 000

 

Spain

4 561 628 000

10 515 414 000

50

5 257 707 000

4 561 628 000

 

France

9 681 072 000

21 602 716 000

50

10 801 358 000

9 681 072 000

 

Croatia

277 716 000

438 824 000

50

219 412 000

219 412 000

Croatia

Italy

6 568 051 000

16 020 137 000

50

8 010 068 500

6 568 051 000

 

Cyprus

107 177 000

154 720 000

50

77 360 000

77 360 000

Cyprus

Latvia

82 650 000

249 297 000

50

124 648 500

82 650 000

 

Lithuania

141 652 000

353 042 000

50

176 521 000

141 652 000

 

Luxembourg

272 111 000

340 956 000

50

170 478 000

170 478 000

Luxembourg

Hungary

410 328 000

977 036 000

50

488 518 000

410 328 000

 

Malta

52 918 000

68 120 000

50

34 060 000

34 060 000

Malta

Netherlands

2 661 465 000

6 274 369 000

50

3 137 184 500

2 661 465 000

 

Austria

1 487 892 000

3 296 730 000

50

1 648 365 000

1 487 892 000

 

Poland

1 924 394 000

3 938 971 000

50

1 969 485 500

1 924 394 000

 

Portugal

775 448 000

1 615 868 000

50

807 934 000

775 448 000

 

Romania

544 383 000

1 507 998 000

50

753 999 000

544 383 000

 

Slovenia

176 664 000

349 637 000

50

174 818 500

174 818 500

Slovenia

Slovakia

259 706 000

759 723 000

50

379 861 500

259 706 000

 

Finland

972 177 000

2 066 821 000

50

1 033 410 500

972 177 000

 

Sweden

1 990 462 000

4 549 119 000

50

2 274 559 500

1 990 462 000

 

United Kingdom

9 546 932 000

19 611 871 000

50

9 805 935 500

9 546 932 000

 

Total

59 817 723 000

134 994 014 000

 

67 497 007 000

59 607 265 500

 


TABLE 2

Breakdown of own resources accruing from VAT pursuant to Article 2(1)(b) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom (Chapter 1 3)

Member State

1 % of capped VAT base

Uniform rate of VAT own resource (in %)

VAT-based own resource at uniform rate

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) × (2)

Belgium

1 675 608 000

0,300

502 682 400

Bulgaria

206 005 000

0,300

61 801 500

Czech Republic

645 752 000

0,300

193 725 600

Denmark

1 020 116 000

0,300

306 034 800

Germany

12 384 113 000

0,300

3 715 233 900

Estonia

87 252 000

0,300

26 175 600

Ireland

653 931 000

0,300

196 179 300

Greece

650 120 000

0,300

195 036 000

Spain

4 561 628 000

0,300

1 368 488 400

France

9 681 072 000

0,300

2 904 321 600

Croatia

219 412 000

0,300

65 823 600

Italy

6 568 051 000

0,300

1 970 415 300

Cyprus

77 360 000

0,300

23 208 000

Latvia

82 650 000

0,300

24 795 000

Lithuania

141 652 000

0,300

42 495 600

Luxembourg

170 478 000

0,300

51 143 400

Hungary

410 328 000

0,300

123 098 400

Malta

34 060 000

0,300

10 218 000

Netherlands

2 661 465 000

0,300

798 439 500

Austria

1 487 892 000

0,300

446 367 600

Poland

1 924 394 000

0,300

577 318 200

Portugal

775 448 000

0,300

232 634 400

Romania

544 383 000

0,300

163 314 900

Slovenia

174 818 500

0,300

52 445 550

Slovakia

259 706 000

0,300

77 911 800

Finland

972 177 000

0,300

291 653 100

Sweden

1 990 462 000

0,300

597 138 600

United Kingdom

9 546 932 000

0,300

2 864 079 600

Total

59 607 265 500

 

17 882 179 650


TABLE 3

Determination of uniform rate and breakdown of resources based on gross national income pursuant to Article 2(1)(c) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom (Chapter 1 4)

Member State

1 % of gross national income

Uniform rate of ‘additional base’‚ own resource

‘Additional base’ own resource at uniform rate

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) × (2)

Belgium

3 995 217 000

 

2 952 664 503

Bulgaria

414 657 000

 

306 452 191

Czech Republic

1 428 027 000

 

1 055 383 132

Denmark

2 641 773 000

 

1 952 401 925

Germany

28 440 033 000

 

21 018 601 971

Estonia

184 233 000

 

136 157 370

Ireland

1 384 808 000

 

1 023 442 137

Greece

1 813 897 000

 

1 340 560 296

Spain

10 515 414 000

 

7 771 415 083

France

21 602 716 000

 

15 965 483 903

Croatia

438 824 000

 

324 312 809

Italy

16 020 137 000

 

11 839 679 761

Cyprus

154 720 000

 

114 345 792

Latvia

249 297 000

0,7390498 (7)

184 242 909

Lithuania

353 042 000

 

260 915 635

Luxembourg

340 956 000

 

251 983 479

Hungary

977 036 000

 

722 078 304

Malta

68 120 000

 

50 344 075

Netherlands

6 274 369 000

 

4 637 071 435

Austria

3 296 730 000

 

2 436 447 794

Poland

3 938 971 000

 

2 911 095 906

Portugal

1 615 868 000

 

1 194 206 994

Romania

1 507 998 000

 

1 114 485 688

Slovenia

349 637 000

 

258 399 171

Slovakia

759 723 000

 

561 473 165

Finland

2 066 821 000

 

1 527 483 739

Sweden

4 549 119 000

 

3 362 025 690

United Kingdom

19 611 871 000

 

14 494 150 216

Total

134 994 014 000

 

99 767 305 073


TABLE 4

Correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom for the year 2013 pursuant to Article 4 of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom (Chapter 1 5)

Description

Coefficient (8) (%)

Amount

1.

United Kingdom’s share (in %) of notional uncapped VAT base

16,2077

 

2.

United Kingdom’s share (in %) of enlargement-adjusted total allocated expenditure

6,5970

 

3.

(1) – (2)

9,6107

 

4.

Total allocated expenditure

 

133 640 172 409

5.

Enlargement related expenditure (9)

 

31 848 333 003

6.

Enlargement-adjusted total allocated expenditure = (4) – (5)

 

101 791 839 406

7.

United Kingdom’s correction original amount = (3) × (6) × 0,66

 

6 456 694 911

8.

United Kingdom’s advantage (10)

 

1 176 577 247

9.

Core United Kingdom’s correction = (7) – (8)

 

5 280 117 664

10.

Windfall gains deriving from traditional own resources (11)

 

–17 223 040

11.

Correction for the United Kingdom = (9) – (10)

 

5 297 340 704


TABLE 5

Calculation of the financing of the correction for the United Kingdom amounting to EUR –5 297 340 704 (Chapter 1 5)

Member State

Percentage share of GNI base

Shares without the United Kingdom

Shares without Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Sweden and the United Kingdom

Three quarters of the share of Germany, the Netherlands, Austria and Sweden in column 2

Column 4 distributed in accordance with column 3

Financing scale

Financing scale applied to the correction

 

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6) = (2) + (4) + (5)

(7)

Belgium

2,96

3,46

5,49

 

1,52

4,98

263 826 803

Bulgaria

0,31

0,36

0,57

 

0,16

0,52

27 382 150

Czech Republic

1,06

1,24

1,96

 

0,54

1,78

94 300 710

Denmark

1,96

2,29

3,63

 

0,99

3,29

174 451 231

Germany

21,07

24,65

0,—

–18,49

0,—

6,16

326 429 505

Estonia

0,14

0,16

0,25

 

0,07

0,23

12 165 948

Ireland

1,03

1,20

1,90

 

0,53

1,73

91 446 714

Greece

1,34

1,57

2,49

 

0,69

2,26

119 781 891

Spain

7,79

9,11

14,44

 

3,99

13,11

694 392 334

France

16,—

18,72

29,67

 

8,21

26,93

1 426 549 672

Croatia

0,33

0,38

0,60

 

0,17

0,55

28 978 034

Italy

11,87

13,88

22,—

 

6,09

19,97

1 057 900 367

Cyprus

0,11

0,13

0,21

 

0,06

0,19

10 217 038

Latvia

0,18

0,22

0,34

 

0,09

0,31

16 462 493

Lithuania

0,26

0,31

0,48

 

0,13

0,44

23 313 363

Luxembourg

0,25

0,30

0,47

 

0,13

0,43

22 515 255

Hungary

0,72

0,85

1,34

 

0,37

1,22

64 519 220

Malta

0,05

0,06

0,09

 

0,03

0,08

4 498 349

Netherlands

4,65

5,44

0,—

–4,08

0,—

1,36

72 016 062

Austria

2,44

2,86

0,—

–2,14

0,—

0,71

37 839 265

Poland

2,92

3,41

5,41

 

1,50

4,91

260 112 561

Portugal

1,20

1,40

2,22

 

0,61

2,01

106 704 915

Romania

1,12

1,31

2,07

 

0,57

1,88

99 581 648

Slovenia

0,26

0,30

0,48

 

0,13

0,44

23 088 511

Slovakia

0,56

0,66

1,04

 

0,29

0,95

50 168 812

Finland

1,53

1,79

2,84

 

0,79

2,58

136 483 895

Sweden

3,37

3,94

0,—

–2,96

0,—

0,99

52 213 958

United Kingdom

14,53

0,—

0,—

 

0,—

0,—

0

Total

100,—

100,—

100,—

–27,66

27,66

100,—

5 297 340 704

The calculations are made to 15 decimal places.

TABLE 6

Summary of financing (12) of the general budget by type of own resource and by Member State

Member State

Traditional own resources (TOR)

VAT and GNI-based own resources, including adjustments

Total own resources (13)

Net sugar sector levies (75 %)

Net customs duties (75 %)

Total net traditional own resources (75 %)

Collection costs (25 % of gross TOR) (p.m.)

VAT-based own resource

GNI-based own resource

United Kingdom correction

Total ‘national contributions’

Share in total ‘national contributions’ (%)

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) + (2)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8) = (5) + (6) + (7)

(9)

(10) = (3) + (8)

Belgium

6 600 000

1 585 000 000

1 591 600 000

530 533 333

502 682 400

2 952 664 503

263 826 803

3 719 173 706

3,16

5 310 773 706

Bulgaria

400 000

53 700 000

54 100 000

18 033 333

61 801 500

306 452 191

27 382 150

395 635 841

0,34

449 735 841

Czech Republic

3 400 000

173 400 000

176 800 000

58 933 333

193 725 600

1 055 383 132

94 300 710

1 343 409 442

1,14

1 520 209 442

Denmark

3 400 000

295 900 000

299 300 000

99 766 667

306 034 800

1 952 401 925

174 451 231

2 432 887 956

2,07

2 732 187 956

Germany

26 300 000

3 386 600 000

3 412 900 000

1 137 633 332

3 715 233 900

21 018 601 971

326 429 505

25 060 265 376

21,30

28 473 165 376

Estonia

0

23 700 000

23 700 000

7 900 000

26 175 600

136 157 370

12 165 948

174 498 918

0,15

198 198 918

Ireland

0

213 300 000

213 300 000

71 100 000

196 179 300

1 023 442 137

91 446 714

1 311 068 151

1,11

1 524 368 151

Greece

1 400 000

114 600 000

116 000 000

38 666 667

195 036 000

1 340 560 296

119 781 891

1 655 378 187

1,41

1 771 378 187

Spain

4 700 000

1 030 900 000

1 035 600 000

345 200 000

1 368 488 400

7 771 415 083

694 392 334

9 834 295 817

8,36

10 869 895 817

France

30 900 000

1 468 900 000

1 499 800 000

499 933 333

2 904 321 600

15 965 483 903

1 426 549 672

20 296 355 175

17,25

21 796 155 175

Croatia

1 700 000

35 500 000

37 200 000

12 400 000

65 823 600

324 312 809

28 978 034

419 114 443

0,36

456 314 443

Italy

4 700 000

1 498 800 000

1 503 500 000

501 166 667

1 970 415 300

11 839 679 761

1 057 900 367

14 867 995 428

12,64

16 371 495 428

Cyprus

0

16 000 000

16 000 000

5 333 333

23 208 000

114 345 792

10 217 038

147 770 830

0,13

163 770 830

Latvia

0

22 100 000

22 100 000

7 366 667

24 795 000

184 242 909

16 462 493

225 500 402

0,19

247 600 402

Lithuania

800 000

53 900 000

54 700 000

18 233 334

42 495 600

260 915 635

23 313 363

326 724 598

0,28

381 424 598

Luxembourg

0

12 300 000

12 300 000

4 100 000

51 143 400

251 983 479

22 515 255

325 642 134

0,28

337 942 134

Hungary

2 000 000

94 500 000

96 500 000

32 166 667

123 098 400

722 078 304

64 519 220

909 695 924

0,77

1 006 195 924

Malta

0

9 600 000

9 600 000

3 200 000

10 218 000

50 344 075

4 498 349

65 060 424

0,06

74 660 424

Netherlands

7 300 000

1 938 600 000

1 945 900 000

648 633 333

798 439 500

4 637 071 435

72 016 062

5 507 526 997

4,68

7 453 426 997

Austria

3 200 000

164 700 000

167 900 000

55 966 667

446 367 600

2 436 447 794

37 839 265

2 920 654 659

2,48

3 088 554 659

Poland

12 800 000

369 400 000

382 200 000

127 400 000

577 318 200

2 911 095 906

260 112 561

3 748 526 667

3,19

4 130 726 667

Portugal

200 000

120 500 000

120 700 000

40 233 334

232 634 400

1 194 206 994

106 704 915

1 533 546 309

1,30

1 654 246 309

Romania

1 000 000

106 200 000

107 200 000

35 733 333

163 314 900

1 114 485 688

99 581 648

1 377 382 236

1,17

1 484 582 236

Slovenia

0

66 400 000

66 400 000

22 133 333

52 445 550

258 399 171

23 088 511

333 933 232

0,28

400 333 232

Slovakia

1 400 000

85 500 000

86 900 000

28 966 667

77 911 800

561 473 165

50 168 812

689 553 777

0,59

776 453 777

Finland

800 000

136 600 000

137 400 000

45 800 000

291 653 100

1 527 483 739

136 483 895

1 955 620 734

1,66

2 093 020 734

Sweden

2 600 000

485 100 000

487 700 000

162 566 667

597 138 600

3 362 025 690

52 213 958

4 011 378 248

3,41

4 499 078 248

United Kingdom

9 500 000

2 623 900 000

2 633 400 000

877 800 000

2 864 079 600

14 494 150 216

–5 297 340 704

12 060 889 112

10,25

14 694 289 112

Total

125 100 000

16 185 600 000

16 310 700 000

5 436 900 000

17 882 179 650

99 767 305 073

0

117 649 484 723

100,—

133 960 184 723

B.   GENERAL STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY BUDGET HEADING

Title

Heading

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

1

OWN RESOURCES

133 960 184 723

140 325 588 409

128 885 857 664,04

3

SURPLUSES, BALANCES AND ADJUSTMENTS

p.m.

1 057 276 526

2 040 909 497,04

4

REVENUE ACCRUING FROM PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTIONS AND OTHER UNION BODIES

1 274 999 230

1 278 186 868

1 235 616 931,89

5

REVENUE ACCRUING FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATION OF THE INSTITUTIONS

53 752 047

53 884 139

611 990 393,22

6

CONTRIBUTIONS AND REFUNDS IN CONNECTION WITH UNION AGREEMENTS AND PROGRAMMES

60 000 000

60 000 000

2 928 076 292,34

7

INTEREST ON LATE PAYMENTS AND FINES

123 000 000

1 642 000 000

3 807 403 447,63

8

BORROWING AND LENDING OPERATIONS

2 477 000

3 696 000

0,—

9

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

30 200 000

30 200 000

30 686 945,77

 

GRAND TOTAL

135 504 613 000

144 450 831 942

139 540 541 171,93

TITLE 1

OWN RESOURCES

Article

Item

Heading

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

%

2012/2014

CHAPTER 1 1

1 1 0

Production levies related to the marketing year 2005/2006 and previous years

p.m.

– 214 000 000

–4 511,18

1 1 1

Sugar storage levies

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

1 1 3

Charges levied on non-exported C sugar, C isoglucose and C inulin syrup production, and on substituted C sugar and C isoglucose

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

1 1 7

Production charge

125 100 000

123 400 000

123 467 843,47

98,70

1 1 8

One-off amounts on additional sugar quotas and supplementary isoglucose quotas

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

1 1 9

Surplus amount

p.m.

56 000 000

69 090 606,73

 

CHAPTER 1 1 — TOTAL

125 100 000

–34 600 000

192 553 939,02

153,92

CHAPTER 1 2

1 2 0

Customs duties and other duties referred to in Article 2(1)(a) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

16 185 600 000

14 857 300 000

16 260 836 002,26

100,46

 

CHAPTER 1 2 — TOTAL

16 185 600 000

14 857 300 000

16 260 836 002,26

100,46

CHAPTER 1 3

1 3 0

Own resources accruing from value added tax pursuant to Article 2(1)(b) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

17 882 179 650

14 680 052 250

14 648 213 838,73

81,92

 

CHAPTER 1 3 — TOTAL

17 882 179 650

14 680 052 250

14 648 213 838,73

81,92

CHAPTER 1 4

1 4 0

Own resources based on gross national income pursuant to Article 2(1)(c) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

99 767 305 073

110 822 836 159

97 856 493 452,85

98,08

 

CHAPTER 1 4 — TOTAL

99 767 305 073

110 822 836 159

97 856 493 452,85

98,08

CHAPTER 1 5

1 5 0

Correction of budgetary imbalances granted to the United Kingdom in accordance with Articles 4 and 5 of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

0,—

0,—

–73 816 421,48

 

CHAPTER 1 5 — TOTAL

0,—

0,—

–73 816 421,48

CHAPTER 1 6

1 6 0

Gross reduction in the annual GNI-based contribution granted to the Netherlands and Sweden pursuant to Article 2(5) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

p.m.

0,—

1 576 852,66

 

CHAPTER 1 6 — TOTAL

p.m.

0,—

1 576 852,66

 

Title 1 — Total

133 960 184 723

140 325 588 409

128 885 857 664,04

96,21

CHAPTER 1 1 —

LEVIES AND OTHER DUTIES PROVIDED FOR UNDER THE COMMON ORGANISATION OF THE MARKETS IN SUGAR (ARTICLE 2(1)(A) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM)

CHAPTER 1 2 —

CUSTOMS DUTIES AND OTHER DUTIES REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 2(1)(A) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

CHAPTER 1 3 —

OWN RESOURCES ACCRUING FROM VALUE ADDED TAX PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 2(1)(B) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

CHAPTER 1 4 —

OWN RESOURCES BASED ON GROSS NATIONAL INCOME PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 2(1)(C) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

CHAPTER 1 5 —

CORRECTION OF BUDGETARY IMBALANCES

CHAPTER 1 6 —

GROSS REDUCTION IN THE ANNUAL GNI-BASED CONTRIBUTION GRANTED TO THE NETHERLANDS AND SWEDEN

CHAPTER 1 1 — LEVIES AND OTHER DUTIES PROVIDED FOR UNDER THE COMMON ORGANISATION OF THE MARKETS IN SUGAR (ARTICLE 2(1)(A) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM)

1 1 0     Production levies related to the marketing year 2005/2006 and previous years

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

– 214 000 000

–4 511,18

Remarks

The common organisation of the market in the sugar sector provided that sugar, isoglucose and inulin syrup producers had to pay basic and B production levies. These levies were intended to cover market support expenditure. At present amounts entered under this article are a consequence of the revision of past established levies. Levies for the marketing years 2007/2008 and following years are entered under Article 1 1 7 of this chapter as a ‘production charge’.

Figures are net of collection costs.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC) No 1260/2001 of 19 June 2001 on the common organisation of the markets in the sugar sector (OJ L 178, 30.6.2001, p. 1).

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(a) thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

–13 608 187

0,—

Bulgaria

0,—

Czech Republic

p.m.

– 680 683

0,—

Denmark

p.m.

–8 437 845

0,—

Germany

p.m.

–71 022 930

–4 511,18

Estonia

0,—

Ireland

p.m.

–1 628 671

0,—

Greece

p.m.

– 907 524

0,—

Spain

p.m.

–3 951 238

0,—

France

p.m.

–66 471 563

0,—

Croatia

 

Italy

p.m.

–5 433 959

0,—

Cyprus

0,—

Latvia

p.m.

–37 322

0,—

Lithuania

p.m.

–52 455

0,—

Luxembourg

0,—

Hungary

p.m.

– 343 310

0,—

Malta

0,—

Netherlands

p.m.

–16 005 676

0,—

Austria

p.m.

–6 487 560

0,—

Poland

p.m.

–3 906 994

0,—

Portugal

p.m.

– 551 346

0,—

Romania

0,—

Slovenia

p.m.

–4 160

0,—

Slovakia

p.m.

– 767 751

0,—

Finland

p.m.

–1 207 994

0,—

Sweden

p.m.

–3 009 989

0,—

United Kingdom

p.m.

–9 482 843

0,—

Article 1 1 0 — Total

p.m.

– 214 000 000

–4 511,18

1 1 1     Sugar storage levies

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

This article is intended for the recording of income charged by new Member States in the event of non-elimination of sugar stocks considered surplus within the meaning of Commission Regulation (EC) No 60/2004 of 14 January 2004 laying down transitional measures in the sugar sector by reason of the accession of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia (OJ L 9, 15.1.2004, p. 8).

It is also intended to record revenue from the outstanding sugar storage levies as Council Regulation (EC) No 1260/2001 of 19 June 2001 on the common organisation of the markets in the sugar sector (OJ L 178, 30.6.2001, p. 1) abolished the storage levy.

This article also covers the outstanding amounts due pursuant to Article 5 of Commission Regulation (EEC) No 65/82 of 13 January 1982 laying down detailed rules for carrying forward sugar to the following marketing year (OJ L 9, 14.1.1982, p. 14) when the obligation to store sugar carried forward is not complied with, and the amounts due in accordance with Council Regulation (EEC) No 1789/81 of 30 June 1981 laying down general rules concerning the system of minimum stocks in the sugar sector (OJ L 177, 1.7.1981, p. 39) when the general rules concerning the system of minimum stocks in the sugar sector are not complied with.

Figures are net of collection costs.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(a) thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Bulgaria

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Czech Republic

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Denmark

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Germany

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Estonia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Ireland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Greece

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Spain

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

France

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Croatia

p.m.

p.m.

 

Italy

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Cyprus

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Latvia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Lithuania

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Luxembourg

0,—

Hungary

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Malta

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Netherlands

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Austria

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Poland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Portugal

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Romania

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Slovenia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Slovakia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Finland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Sweden

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

United Kingdom

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Article 1 1 1 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

1 1 3     Charges levied on non-exported C sugar, C isoglucose and C inulin syrup production, and on substituted C sugar and C isoglucose

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

Amounts corresponding to charges levied on non-exported C sugar, C isoglucose and C inulin syrup production. They comprise as well the charges levied on substituted C sugar and C isoglucose.

Figures are net of collection costs.

Legal basis

Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2670/81 of 14 September 1981 laying down detailed implementing rules in respect of sugar production in excess of the quota (OJ L 262, 16.9.1981, p. 14).

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(a) thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Bulgaria

0,—

Czech Republic

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Denmark

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Germany

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Estonia

0,—

Ireland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Greece

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Spain

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

France

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Croatia

 

Italy

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Cyprus

0,—

Latvia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Lithuania

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Luxembourg

0,—

Hungary

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Malta

0,—

Netherlands

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Austria

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Poland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Portugal

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Romania

0,—

Slovenia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Slovakia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Finland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Sweden

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

United Kingdom

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Article 1 1 3 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

1 1 7     Production charge

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

125 100 000

123 400 000

123 467 843,47

Remarks

Under the actual common organisation of the markets in the sugar sector, a production charge is levied on undertakings producing sugar, isoglucose or inulin syrup.

Figures are net of collection costs.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC) No 318/2006 of 20 February 2006 on the common organisation of the markets in the sugar sector (OJ L 58, 28.2.2006, p. 1), and in particular Article 16 thereof.

Commission Regulation (EC) No 952/2006 of 29 June 2006 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 318/2006 as regards the management of the Community market in sugar and the quota system (OJ L 178, 1.7.2006, p. 39).

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(a) thereof.

Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (Single CMO Regulation) (OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1), and in particular Article 51 thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

6 600 000

6 600 000

6 601 725,90

Bulgaria

400 000

400 000

401 391,—

Czech Republic

3 400 000

3 400 000

3 332 477,82

Denmark

3 400 000

3 400 000

3 354 241,56

Germany

26 300 000

26 300 000

26 339 173,20

Estonia

0,—

Ireland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Greece

1 400 000

1 400 000

1 428 318,—

Spain

4 700 000

4 700 000

4 728 467,63

France

30 900 000

30 900 000

30 933 280,80

Croatia

1 700 000

p.m.

 

Italy

4 700 000

4 700 000

3 962 693,25

Cyprus

0,—

Latvia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Lithuania

800 000

800 000

812 268,—

Luxembourg

0,—

Hungary

2 000 000

2 000 000

1 959 534,60

Malta

0,—

Netherlands

7 300 000

7 300 000

7 243 992,—

Austria

3 200 000

3 200 000

3 159 246,60

Poland

12 800 000

12 800 000

13 662 147,58

Portugal

200 000

200 000

56 250,—

Romania

1 000 000

1 000 000

960 460,15

Slovenia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Slovakia

1 400 000

1 400 000

1 317 300,75

Finland

800 000

800 000

728 991,—

Sweden

2 600 000

2 600 000

2 767 357,—

United Kingdom

9 500 000

9 500 000

9 718 526,63

Article 1 1 7 — Total

125 100 000

123 400 000

123 467 843,47

1 1 8     One-off amounts on additional sugar quotas and supplementary isoglucose quotas

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

A one-off amount is levied on additional sugar quota or supplementary isoglucose quota which have been allocated to undertakings in accordance with Article 58 of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007.

Figures are net of collection costs.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC) No 318/2006 of 20 February 2006 on the common organisation of the markets in the sugar sector (OJ L 58, 28.2.2006, p. 1), and in particular Article 8 and Article 9(2) and (3) thereof.

Commission Regulation (EC) No 952/2006 of 29 June 2006 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 318/2006 as regards the management of the Community market in sugar and the quota system (OJ L 178, 1.7.2006, p. 39).

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(a) thereof.

Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (Single CMO Regulation) (OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1).

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Bulgaria

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Czech Republic

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Denmark

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Germany

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Estonia

0,—

Ireland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Greece

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Spain

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

France

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Croatia

 

Italy

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Cyprus

0,—

Latvia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Lithuania

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Luxembourg

0,—

Hungary

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Malta

0,—

Netherlands

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Austria

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Poland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Portugal

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Romania

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Slovenia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Slovakia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Finland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Sweden

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

United Kingdom

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Article 1 1 8 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

1 1 9     Surplus amount

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

56 000 000

69 090 606,73

Remarks

A surplus amount shall be levied and charged by the Member States to the undertakings concerned located on its territory in accordance with Article 64 of Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007.

Figures are net of collection costs.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC) No 318/2006 of 20 February 2006 on the common organisation of the markets in the sugar sector (OJ L 58, 28.2.2006, p. 1), and in particular Article 15 thereof.

Commission Regulation (EC) No 967/2006 of 29 June 2006 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No 318/2006 as regards sugar production in excess of the quota (OJ L 176, 30.6.2006, p. 22).

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(a) thereof.

Council Regulation (EC) No 1234/2007 of 22 October 2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (Single CMO Regulation) (OJ L 299, 16.11.2007, p. 1).

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

1 900 774

14 335 953,71

Bulgaria

p.m.

p.m.

158 244,71

Czech Republic

p.m.

3 428 647

4 952 955,23

Denmark

p.m.

1 610 092

691 763,36

Germany

p.m.

9 214 737

10 163 317,33

Estonia

0,—

Ireland

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Greece

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Spain

p.m.

655 744

3 209 259,75

France

p.m.

9 029 301

7 177 450,—

Croatia

p.m.

p.m.

 

Italy

p.m.

767 696

1 303 897,90

Cyprus

0,—

Latvia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Lithuania

p.m.

3 871 433

1 099 273,06

Luxembourg

0,—

Hungary

p.m.

128 973

918 904,51

Malta

0,—

Netherlands

p.m.

2 930 016

2 449 406,70

Austria

p.m.

p.m.

2 585 675,29

Poland

p.m.

11 488 496

9 594 394,09

Portugal

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Romania

p.m.

2 925 266

1 388 326,59

Slovenia

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Slovakia

p.m.

1 610 099

3 281 684,01

Finland

p.m.

2 037 430

691 056,89

Sweden

p.m.

2 888 956

2 483 480,48

United Kingdom

p.m.

1 512 340

2 605 563,12

Article 1 1 9 — Total

p.m.

56 000 000

69 090 606,73

CHAPTER 1 2 — CUSTOMS DUTIES AND OTHER DUTIES REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 2(1)(A) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

1 2 0     Customs duties and other duties referred to in Article 2(1)(a) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

16 185 600 000

14 857 300 000

16 260 836 002,26

Remarks

The assignment of customs duties as own resources to the financing of common expenditure is the logical consequence of the free movement of goods within the Union. This article may comprise levies, premiums, additional or compensatory amounts, additional amounts or factors, Common Customs Tariff duties and other duties established or to be established by the institutions of the European Union in respect of trade with third countries and customs duties on products under the expired Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community.

Figures are net of collection costs.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(a) thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

1 585 000 000

1 352 365 025

1 579 914 329,47

Bulgaria

53 700 000

44 250 631

45 374 999,54

Czech Republic

173 400 000

170 476 673

190 165 510,05

Denmark

295 900 000

290 087 469

302 339 893,06

Germany

3 386 600 000

3 044 800 988

3 357 072 220,49

Estonia

23 700 000

20 918 480

22 129 726,07

Ireland

213 300 000

188 355 716

203 528 935,31

Greece

114 600 000

102 268 125

121 720 666,16

Spain

1 030 900 000

974 318 437

1 076 996 377,57

France

1 468 900 000

1 529 194 530

1 461 177 634,09

Croatia

35 500 000

16 359 324

 

Italy

1 498 800 000

1 337 263 006

1 558 082 820,99

Cyprus

16 000 000

14 482 025

20 261 808,43

Latvia

22 100 000

23 153 360

24 378 656,82

Lithuania

53 900 000

46 306 721

47 294 541,46

Luxembourg

12 300 000

10 816 821

11 763 042,25

Hungary

94 500 000

85 104 244

93 891 707,51

Malta

9 600 000

9 118 312

9 411 541,40

Netherlands

1 938 600 000

1 763 856 967

1 897 252 625,81

Austria

164 700 000

161 894 732

171 367 985,58

Poland

369 400 000

357 133 880

359 676 232,79

Portugal

120 500 000

111 028 856

119 440 329,10

Romania

106 200 000

126 851 809

128 681 784,52

Slovenia

66 400 000

57 481 123

64 984 091,48

Slovakia

85 500 000

91 272 513

92 011 350,59

Finland

136 600 000

129 623 060

138 236 243,67

Sweden

485 100 000

437 589 572

459 665 271,20

United Kingdom

2 623 900 000

2 360 927 601

2 704 015 676,85

Article 1 2 0 — Total

16 185 600 000

14 857 300 000

16 260 836 002,26

CHAPTER 1 3 — OWN RESOURCES ACCRUING FROM VALUE ADDED TAX PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 2(1)(B) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

1 3 0     Own resources accruing from value added tax pursuant to Article 2(1)(b) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

17 882 179 650

14 680 052 250

14 648 213 838,73

Remarks

The applied uniform rate valid for all Member States to the harmonised VAT assessment bases determined according to Union rules is fixed at 0,30 %. The assessment base to be taken into account for this purpose shall not exceed 50 % of GNI for each Member State.

For the period 2007-2013 only, the rate of call of the VAT-based own resource for Austria shall be fixed at 0,225 %, for Germany at 0,15 % and for the Netherlands and Sweden at 0,10 %.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(b) and (4) thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

502 682 400

489 384 900

492 601 800,—

Bulgaria

61 801 500

58 248 300

53 834 700,02

Czech Republic

193 725 600

193 411 500

198 296 858,51

Denmark

306 034 800

297 404 700

297 118 992,97

Germany

3 715 233 900

1 797 675 750

1 748 253 000,—

Estonia

26 175 600

25 017 000

23 641 500,—

Ireland

196 179 300

194 340 000

185 366 100,—

Greece

195 036 000

199 643 100

268 480 800,—

Spain

1 368 488 400

1 354 325 100

1 437 471 000,—

France

2 904 321 600

2 836 607 100

2 862 885 900,—

Croatia

65 823 600

32 187 750

 

Italy

1 970 415 300

1 929 954 300

1 958 027 700,—

Cyprus

23 208 000

23 936 850

25 856 250,—

Latvia

24 795 000

23 444 400

20 727 403,99

Lithuania

42 495 600

39 907 500

34 265 700,06

Luxembourg

51 143 400

49 310 850

46 604 700,—

Hungary

123 098 400

118 106 400

111 261 187,45

Malta

10 218 000

9 823 050

8 928 450,—

Netherlands

798 439 500

259 068 800

268 334 100,—

Austria

446 367 600

325 186 200

312 221 700,—

Poland

577 318 200

567 817 500

543 696 549,43

Portugal

232 634 400

230 820 900

235 144 500,50

Romania

163 314 900

150 611 400

143 782 207,32

Slovenia

52 445 550

51 960 900

52 206 000,—

Slovakia

77 911 800

75 870 000

75 223 500,—

Finland

291 653 100

283 354 200

272 974 500,—

Sweden

597 138 600

190 320 100

180 951 631,96

United Kingdom

2 864 079 600

2 872 313 700

2 790 057 106,52

Article 1 3 0 — Total

17 882 179 650

14 680 052 250

14 648 213 838,73

CHAPTER 1 4 — OWN RESOURCES BASED ON GROSS NATIONAL INCOME PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 2(1)(C) OF DECISION 2007/436/EC, EURATOM

1 4 0     Own resources based on gross national income pursuant to Article 2(1)(c) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

99 767 305 073

110 822 836 159

97 856 493 452,85

Remarks

The GNI-based resource is an ‘additional’ resource, providing the revenue required to cover expenditure in excess of the amount yielded by traditional own resources, VAT-based payments and other revenue in any particular year. By implication, the GNI-based resource ensures that the general budget of the Union is always balanced ex ante.

The GNI call rate is determined by the additional revenue needed to finance the budgeted expenditure not covered by the other resources (VAT-based payments, traditional own resources and other revenue). Thus a call rate is applied to the GNI of each of the Member States.

The rate to be applied to the Member States’ gross national income for this financial year is 0,7390 %.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(1)(c) thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

2 952 664 503

3 269 456 218

2 900 914 595,—

Bulgaria

306 452 191

335 554 542

290 309 850,05

Czech Republic

1 055 383 132

1 202 426 613

1 085 892 561,22

Denmark

1 952 401 925

2 159 215 216

1 914 227 153,38

Germany

21 018 601 971

23 193 444 042

20 189 170 789,—

Estonia

136 157 370

145 129 074

119 901 016,—

Ireland

1 023 442 137

1 129 478 837

948 017 408,—

Greece

1 340 560 296

1 536 393 391

1 509 513 772,—

Spain

7 771 415 083

8 713 469 013

7 832 364 178,—

France

15 965 483 903

17 697 582 270

15 709 240 443,—

Croatia

324 312 809

180 940 199

 

Italy

11 839 679 761

13 151 631 037

11 922 352 958,—

Cyprus

114 345 792

134 558 595

130 214 700,—

Latvia

184 242 909

198 322 972

158 910 956,02

Lithuania

260 915 635

279 846 193

236 036 287,42

Luxembourg

251 983 479

277 195 984

234 706 001,—

Hungary

722 078 304

800 700 329

711 382 494,60

Malta

50 344 075

55 219 288

44 964 581,—

Netherlands

4 637 071 435

5 151 354 871

4 596 562 680,—

Austria

2 436 447 794

2 684 283 716

2 330 821 606,—

Poland

2 911 095 906

3 252 126 568

2 802 176 760,12

Portugal

1 194 206 994

1 344 995 702

1 215 218 351,30

Romania

1 114 485 688

1 168 871 074

1 020 904 959,78

Slovenia

258 399 171

292 092 973

262 914 717,—

Slovakia

561 473 165

611 070 009

529 977 419,—

Finland

1 527 483 739

1 683 693 730

1 512 918 428,—

Sweden

3 362 025 690

3 673 202 833

3 130 360 388,37

United Kingdom

14 494 150 216

16 500 580 870

14 516 518 399,59

Article 1 4 0 — Total

99 767 305 073

110 822 836 159

97 856 493 452,85

CHAPTER 1 5 — CORRECTION OF BUDGETARY IMBALANCES

1 5 0     Correction of budgetary imbalances granted to the United Kingdom in accordance with Articles 4 and 5 of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

0,—

0,—

–73 816 421,48

Remarks

The budgetary imbalance correction mechanism in favour of the United Kingdom (UK correction) was introduced by the European Council in Fontainebleau in June 1984 and the resulting own resources decision of 1985. The purpose of the mechanism is to reduce the UK budgetary imbalance through a reduction in its payments to the Union.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Articles 4 and 5 thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

263 826 803

230 617 663

198 203 463,—

Bulgaria

27 382 150

23 669 014

19 835 268,—

Czech Republic

94 300 710

84 815 577

74 188 324,42

Denmark

174 451 231

152 304 583

130 786 144,71

Germany

326 429 505

284 710 504

241 497 563,—

Estonia

12 165 948

10 236 971

8 192 174,—

Ireland

91 446 714

79 670 059

64 772 790,—

Greece

119 781 891

108 372 594

103 136 734,—

Spain

694 392 334

614 622 042

535 142 160,—

France

1 426 549 672

1 248 334 520

1 073 325 585,—

Croatia

28 978 034

12 762 980

 

Italy

1 057 900 367

927 676 717

814 588 491,—

Cyprus

10 217 038

9 491 361

8 896 851,—

Latvia

16 462 493

13 989 109

10 858 962,16

Lithuania

23 313 363

19 739 513

16 127 055,—

Luxembourg

22 515 255

19 552 576

16 036 164,—

Hungary

64 519 220

56 479 006

48 736 263,22

Malta

4 498 349

3 895 003

3 072 181,—

Netherlands

72 016 062

63 235 319

54 982 877,—

Austria

37 839 265

32 950 853

27 880 676,—

Poland

260 112 561

229 395 281

191 561 658,25

Portugal

106 704 915

94 871 974

83 029 154,—

Romania

99 581 648

82 448 669

69 669 333,55

Slovenia

23 088 511

20 603 365

17 963 510,—

Slovakia

50 168 812

43 103 051

36 210 428,—

Finland

136 483 895

118 762 720

103 369 355,—

Sweden

52 213 958

45 090 304

37 456 719,70

United Kingdom

–5 297 340 704

–4 631 401 328

–4 063 336 306,49

Article 1 5 0 — Total

0

0

–73 816 421,48

CHAPTER 1 6 — GROSS REDUCTION IN THE ANNUAL GNI-BASED CONTRIBUTION GRANTED TO THE NETHERLANDS AND SWEDEN

1 6 0     Gross reduction in the annual GNI-based contribution granted to the Netherlands and Sweden pursuant to Article 2(5) of Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

0,—

1 576 852,66

Remarks

For the period 2007-2013 only, the Netherlands benefits from a gross reduction in its annual GNI contribution of EUR 605 000 000 and Sweden from a gross reduction in its annual GNI contribution of EUR 150 000 000, measured in 2004 prices. These amounts are adjusted to current prices.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000 of 22 May 2000 implementing Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 130, 31.5.2000, p. 1), and in particular Article 10(9) thereof.

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 2(5) thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

25 535 591

25 260 463,—

Bulgaria

p.m.

2 620 798

2 527 947,96

Czech Republic

p.m.

9 391 370

9 456 101,24

Denmark

p.m.

16 864 223

16 670 812,69

Germany

p.m.

181 148 872

175 802 420,—

Estonia

p.m.

1 133 509

1 044 069,—

Ireland

p.m.

8 821 623

8 255 106,—

Greece

p.m.

11 999 767

13 144 481,—

Spain

p.m.

68 055 226

68 202 334,—

France

p.m.

138 224 279

136 792 269,—

Croatia

p.m.

1 413 206

 

Italy

p.m.

102 718 817

103 816 968,—

Cyprus

p.m.

1 050 949

1 133 878,—

Latvia

p.m.

1 548 971

1 383 741,08

Lithuania

p.m.

2 185 696

2 055 347,04

Luxembourg

p.m.

2 164 997

2 043 763,—

Hungary

p.m.

6 253 748

6 192 829,83

Malta

p.m.

431 282

391 541,—

Netherlands

p.m.

– 653 364 512

– 638 798 259,—

Austria

p.m.

20 965 190

20 296 231,—

Poland

p.m.

25 400 241

24 368 979,62

Portugal

p.m.

10 504 885

10 581 827,50

Romania

p.m.

9 129 290

8 890 360,06

Slovenia

p.m.

2 281 348

2 289 398,—

Slovakia

p.m.

4 772 669

4 614 915,—

Finland

p.m.

13 150 234

13 174 128,—

Sweden

p.m.

– 143 277 550

– 144 481 874,96

United Kingdom

p.m.

128 875 281

126 467 075,60

Article 1 6 0 — Total

p.m.

0

1 576 852,66

TITLE 3

SURPLUSES, BALANCES AND ADJUSTMENTS

Article

Item

Heading

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

%

2012/2014

CHAPTER 3 0

3 0 0

Surplus available from the preceding financial year

p.m.

1 023 276 526

1 496 968 014,23

3 0 2

Surplus own resources resulting from repayment of the surplus from the Guarantee Fund for external actions

p.m.

34 000 000

0,—

 

CHAPTER 3 0 — TOTAL

p.m.

1 057 276 526

1 496 968 014,23

CHAPTER 3 1

3 1 0

Application for 1995 and subsequent financial years of Article 10(4), (5) and (8) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000

3 1 0 3

Application for 1995 and subsequent years of Article 10(4), (5) and (8) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000

p.m.

p.m.

222 970 336,39

 

Article 3 1 0 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

222 970 336,39

 

CHAPTER 3 1 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

222 970 336,39

CHAPTER 3 2

3 2 0

Application for 1995 and subsequent financial years of Article 10(6), (7) and (8) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000

3 2 0 3

Application for 1995 and subsequent financial years of Article 10(6), (7) and (8) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000

p.m.

p.m.

306 477 219,83

 

Article 3 2 0 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

306 477 219,83

 

CHAPTER 3 2 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

306 477 219,83

CHAPTER 3 4

3 4 0

Adjustment for the impact of the non-participation of certain Member States in certain policies in the area of freedom, security and justice

p.m.

p.m.

–2 788 620,55

 

CHAPTER 3 4 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

–2 788 620,55

CHAPTER 3 5

3 5 0

Result of the definitive calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom

3 5 0 4

Result of the definitive calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom

p.m.

p.m.

2 555 227,38

 

Article 3 5 0 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

2 555 227,38

 

CHAPTER 3 5 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

2 555 227,38

CHAPTER 3 6

3 6 0

Result of intermediate updates of the calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom

3 6 0 4

Result of intermediate updates of the calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom

p.m.

p.m.

14 727 319,76

 

Article 3 6 0 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

14 727 319,76

 

CHAPTER 3 6 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

14 727 319,76

 

Title 3 — Total

p.m.

1 057 276 526

2 040 909 497,04

CHAPTER 3 0 —

SURPLUS AVAILABLE FROM THE PRECEDING FINANCIAL YEAR

CHAPTER 3 1 —

BALANCES AND ADJUSTMENT OF BALANCES BASED ON VAT FOR THE PREVIOUS FINANCIAL YEARS AS A RESULT OF THE APPLICATION OF ARTICLE 10(4), (5) AND (8) OF REGULATION (EC, EURATOM) NO 1150/2000

CHAPTER 3 2 —

BALANCES AND ADJUSTMENTS OF BALANCES BASED ON GROSS NATIONAL INCOME/PRODUCT FOR THE PREVIOUS FINANCIAL YEARS AS A RESULT OF THE APPLICATION OF ARTICLE 10(6), (7) AND (8) OF REGULATION (EC, EURATOM) NO 1150/2000

CHAPTER 3 4 —

ADJUSTMENT RELATING TO THE NON-PARTICIPATION OF CERTAIN MEMBER STATES IN CERTAIN POLICIES IN THE AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE

CHAPTER 3 5 —

RESULT OF THE DEFINITIVE CALCULATION OF THE FINANCING OF THE CORRECTION OF BUDGETARY IMBALANCES FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

CHAPTER 3 6 —

RESULT OF INTERMEDIATE UPDATES OF THE CALCULATION OF THE FINANCING OF THE CORRECTION OF BUDGETARY IMBALANCES FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

CHAPTER 3 0 — SURPLUS AVAILABLE FROM THE PRECEDING FINANCIAL YEAR

3 0 0     Surplus available from the preceding financial year

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

1 023 276 526

1 496 968 014,23

Remarks

In accordance with Article 18 of the Financial Regulation, the balance from each financial year, whether surplus or deficit, is entered as revenue or expenditure in the budget of the subsequent financial year.

The relevant estimates of such revenue or expenditure are entered in the budget during the budgetary procedure and, where appropriate, in a letter of amendment submitted pursuant to Article 39 of the Financial Regulation. They are drawn up in accordance with the principles set out in Article 15 of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000.

After the closure of the accounts for each financial year, any discrepancy in relation to the estimates is entered in the budget for the following financial year through an amending budget that must be presented by the Commission within 15 days following the submission of the provisional accounts.

A deficit is entered in Article 27 02 01 of the statement of expenditure in Section III ‘Commission’.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000 of 22 May 2000 implementing Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 130, 31.5.2000, p. 1).

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Article 7 thereof.

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1), and in particular Article 18 thereof.

3 0 2     Surplus own resources resulting from repayment of the surplus from the Guarantee Fund for external actions

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

34 000 000

0,—

Remarks

This article is intended to receive, once the target amount has been reached, any surplus in the Guarantee Fund for external actions in accordance with Articles 3 and 4 of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 480/2009.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17).

Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 480/2009 of 25 May 2009 establishing a Guarantee Fund for external actions (OJ L 145, 10.6.2009, p. 10).

Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union and repealing Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 (OJ L 298, 26.10.2012, p. 1), and in particular Article 7(2) thereof.

CHAPTER 3 1 — BALANCES AND ADJUSTMENT OF BALANCES BASED ON VAT FOR THE PREVIOUS FINANCIAL YEARS AS A RESULT OF THE APPLICATION OF ARTICLE 10(4), (5) AND (8) OF REGULATION (EC, EURATOM) NO 1150/2000

3 1 0     Application for 1995 and subsequent financial years of Article 10(4), (5) and (8) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000

3 1 0 3   Application for 1995 and subsequent years of Article 10(4), (5) and (8) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

222 970 336,39

Remarks

Under Article 7(1) of Regulation (EEC, Euratom) No 1553/89, Member States are to send the Commission a statement of the total amount of the VAT resources base for the previous calendar year before 31 July.

Each Member State is debited with an amount calculated on the basis of that statement according to Union rules and credited with the 12 payments actually made during the previous financial year. The Commission works out each Member State's balance and informs it in time for that Member State to enter its balance in the Commission's account referred to in Article 9(1) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000 on the first working day of December of the same year.

Any corrections to the abovementioned statements resulting from Commission controls in accordance with Article 9 of Regulation (EEC, Euratom) No 1553/89 or/and any changes to the GNI of previous financial years that have an effect on the capping of the ‘VAT’ base will lead to adjustments of the ‘VAT’ balances.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom) No 1553/89 of 29 May 1989 on the definitive uniform arrangements for the collection of own resources accruing from value added tax (OJ L 155, 7.6.1989, p. 9).

Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000 of 22 May 2000 implementing Decision 2007/436/EC Euratom on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 130, 31.5.2000, p. 1), and in particular Article 10(4), (5) and (8) thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

p.m.

–16 820 717,65

Bulgaria

p.m.

p.m.

– 998 469,74

Czech Republic

p.m.

p.m.

– 171 500,48

Denmark

p.m.

p.m.

–4 211 702,92

Germany

p.m.

p.m.

54 932 404,29

Estonia

p.m.

p.m.

– 629 876,36

Ireland

p.m.

p.m.

5 742 052,25

Greece

p.m.

p.m.

–52 894 063,13

Spain

p.m.

p.m.

– 120 330 441,04

France

p.m.

p.m.

14 165 175,77

Croatia

p.m.

 

Italy

p.m.

p.m.

336 360 666,55

Cyprus

p.m.

p.m.

43 500,—

Latvia

p.m.

p.m.

1 369 178,33

Lithuania

p.m.

p.m.

2 418 971,88

Luxembourg

p.m.

p.m.

–5 719 604,37

Hungary

p.m.

p.m.

–22 272 989,56

Malta

p.m.

p.m.

382 050,—

Netherlands

p.m.

p.m.

–11 026 528,34

Austria

p.m.

p.m.

14 762 805,39

Poland

p.m.

p.m.

209 962,29

Portugal

p.m.

p.m.

122 250,—

Romania

p.m.

p.m.

3 281 559,79

Slovenia

p.m.

p.m.

– 350 265,02

Slovakia

p.m.

p.m.

8 726 946,82

Finland

p.m.

p.m.

4 264 524,76

Sweden

p.m.

p.m.

7 362 660,94

United Kingdom

p.m.

p.m.

4 251 785,94

Item 3 1 0 3 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

222 970 336,39

CHAPTER 3 2 — BALANCES AND ADJUSTMENTS OF BALANCES BASED ON GROSS NATIONAL INCOME/PRODUCT FOR THE PREVIOUS FINANCIAL YEARS AS A RESULT OF THE APPLICATION OF ARTICLE 10(6), (7) AND (8) OF REGULATION (EC, EURATOM) NO 1150/2000

3 2 0     Application for 1995 and subsequent financial years of Article 10(6), (7) and (8) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000

3 2 0 3   Application for 1995 and subsequent financial years of Article 10(6), (7) and (8) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

306 477 219,83

Remarks

On the basis of figures for aggregate gross national income and its components from the preceding year, supplied by the Member States in accordance with Article 2(2) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1287/2003, each Member State shall be debited with an amount calculated according to Union rules and credited with the 12 payments made during that previous financial year.

The Commission works out each Member State's balance and informs it in time for that Member State to enter its balancein the account referred to in Article 9(1) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000 on the first working day of December of the same year.

Any changes to the gross national product/gross national income of previous financial years pursuant to Article 2(2) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1287/2003, subject to Articles 4 and 5 thereof, gives rise for each Member State concerned to an adjustment to the balance established pursuant to Article 10(7) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000 of 22 May 2000 implementing Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 130, 31.5.2000, p. 1), and in particular Article 10(6), (7) and (8) thereof.

Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1287/2003 of 15 July 2003 on the harmonisation of gross national income at market prices (OJ L 181, 19.7.2003, p. 1).

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

p.m.

50 376 510,12

Bulgaria

p.m.

p.m.

4 961 140,90

Czech Republic

p.m.

p.m.

26 595 891,85

Denmark

p.m.

p.m.

49 360 472,78

Germany

p.m.

p.m.

414 890 997,74

Estonia

p.m.

p.m.

1 420 179,46

Ireland

p.m.

p.m.

30 341 387,90

Greece

p.m.

p.m.

– 145 806 031,67

Spain

p.m.

p.m.

–59 671 242,71

France

p.m.

p.m.

64 017 365,54

Croatia

p.m.

 

Italy

p.m.

p.m.

– 126 290 339,05

Cyprus

p.m.

p.m.

199 703,19

Latvia

p.m.

p.m.

11 384 582,92

Lithuania

p.m.

p.m.

2 568 398,34

Luxembourg

p.m.

p.m.

–27 121 232,07

Hungary

p.m.

p.m.

–18 940 424,83

Malta

p.m.

p.m.

1 811 881,36

Netherlands

p.m.

p.m.

–95 838 959,66

Austria

p.m.

p.m.

58 625 149,88

Poland

p.m.

p.m.

–20 305 239,68

Portugal

p.m.

p.m.

102 906 780,63

Romania

p.m.

p.m.

76 474 527,66

Slovenia

p.m.

p.m.

– 218 593,42

Slovakia

p.m.

p.m.

–5 778 649,34

Finland

p.m.

p.m.

–43 538 610,19

Sweden

p.m.

p.m.

79 104 615,68

United Kingdom

p.m.

p.m.

– 125 053 043,50

Item 3 2 0 3 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

306 477 219,83

CHAPTER 3 4 — ADJUSTMENT RELATING TO THE NON-PARTICIPATION OF CERTAIN MEMBER STATES IN CERTAIN POLICIES IN THE AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE

3 4 0     Adjustment for the impact of the non-participation of certain Member States in certain policies in the area of freedom, security and justice

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

–2 788 620,55

Remarks

Article 3 of the Protocol on the position of Denmark and Article 5 of the Protocol on the position of the United Kingdom and Ireland, annexed to the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, grant full exemption to these Member States from supporting the financial consequences of some specific policies in the area of freedom, security and justice, with the exception of the related administrative costs. They can therefore obtain an adjustment to the own resources paid for each year in which they do not participate.

Each Member State's contribution to the adjustment mechanism is calculated by applying to the budget expenditure resulting from this operation or policy the scale of the aggregate gross national income and its components from the preceding year, supplied by the Member States in accordance with Article 2(2) of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1287/2003 of 15 July 2003 on the harmonisation of gross national income at market prices (OJ L 181, 19.7.2003, p. 1).

The Commission works out each Member State's balance and informs it in time for that Member State to enter its balance in the account referred to in Article 9(1) of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000 on the first working day of December, in accordance with Article 10a of that Regulation.

Legal basis

Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1150/2000 of 22 May 2000 implementing Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 130, 31.5.2000, p. 1), and in particular Article 10a thereof.

Protocol on the position of Denmark, annexed to the Treaty on European Union and to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 3 thereof, and Protocol on the position of the United Kingdom and Ireland in respect of the area of freedom, security and justice, annexed to the Treaty on European Union and to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 5 thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

p.m.

1 819 750,07

Bulgaria

p.m.

p.m.

182 393,10

Czech Republic

p.m.

p.m.

689 207,07

Denmark

p.m.

p.m.

–3 242 190,40

Germany

p.m.

p.m.

12 853 399,60

Estonia

p.m.

p.m.

73 589,56

Ireland

p.m.

p.m.

–3 225 605,45

Greece

p.m.

p.m.

985 486,84

Spain

p.m.

p.m.

5 070 963,06

France

p.m.

p.m.

9 900 589,35

Croatia

Italy

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

7 629 718,75

Cyprus

p.m.

p.m.

87 275,66

Latvia

p.m.

p.m.

100 325,78

Lithuania

p.m.

p.m.

144 387,18

Luxembourg

p.m.

p.m.

149 671,04

Hungary

p.m.

p.m.

461 929,61

Malta

p.m.

p.m.

29 562,37

Netherlands

p.m.

p.m.

2 951 140,85

Austria

p.m.

p.m.

1 458 577,18

Poland

p.m.

p.m.

1 734 319,35

Portugal

p.m.

p.m.

801 537,29

Romania

p.m.

p.m.

616 226,98

Slovenia

p.m.

p.m.

173 607,12

Slovakia

p.m.

p.m.

328 948,25

Finland

p.m.

p.m.

926 649,27

Sweden

p.m.

p.m.

2 008 436,76

United Kingdom

p.m.

p.m.

–47 498 516,79

Article 3 4 0 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

–2 788 620,55

CHAPTER 3 5 — RESULT OF THE DEFINITIVE CALCULATION OF THE FINANCING OF THE CORRECTION OF BUDGETARY IMBALANCES FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

3 5 0     Result of the definitive calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom

3 5 0 4   Result of the definitive calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

2 555 227,38

Remarks

Result of the definitive calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom.

The figures for 2012 correspond to the result of the definitive calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom in respect of the correction for the year 2008.

The figures for 2013 correspond to the result of the definitive calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom in respect of the correction for the year 2009.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2000/597/EC, Euratom of 29 September 2000 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 253, 7.10.2000, p. 42), and in particular Articles 4 and 5 thereof.

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Articles 4 and 5 thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

–1 560 520

–2 436 633,—

Bulgaria

p.m.

347 361

1 220 805,96

Czech Republic

p.m.

638 761

1 771 024,47

Denmark

p.m.

–2 771 664

–3 868 897,95

Germany

p.m.

–5 926 083

–4 774 265,—

Estonia

p.m.

– 102 455

47 930,—

Ireland

p.m.

–1 276 162

492 015,—

Greece

p.m.

–11 973 529

–4 953 249,—

Spain

p.m.

–19 472 383

–5 638 762,—

France

p.m.

–44 165 819

–19 594 776,—

Croatia

 

Italy

p.m.

–25 357 823

8 439 585,—

Cyprus

p.m.

– 337 011

– 497 841,—

Latvia

p.m.

85 188

– 257 571,33

Lithuania

p.m.

– 214 388

318 425,04

Luxembourg

p.m.

– 694 287

– 714 690,—

Hungary

p.m.

–2 506 364

–1 198 154,27

Malta

p.m.

7 989

–66 212,—

Netherlands

p.m.

–2 758 821

– 305 503,—

Austria

p.m.

– 712 461

– 238 031,—

Poland

p.m.

–3 037 695

–2 794 963,22

Portugal

p.m.

– 244 526

2 383 572,—

Romania

p.m.

23 753

1 159 230,93

Slovenia

p.m.

– 485 496

39 130,—

Slovakia

p.m.

–1 338 212

– 868 292,—

Finland

p.m.

–1 122 623

2 996 972,—

Sweden

p.m.

2 136 996

–1 877 049,63

United Kingdom

p.m.

122 818 274

33 771 427,38

Item 3 5 0 4 — Total

p.m.

0

2 555 227,38

CHAPTER 3 6 — RESULT OF INTERMEDIATE UPDATES OF THE CALCULATION OF THE FINANCING OF THE CORRECTION OF BUDGETARY IMBALANCES FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

3 6 0     Result of intermediate updates of the calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom

3 6 0 4   Result of intermediate updates of the calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

14 727 319,76

Remarks

This item is intended to record the difference between previously budgeted and the latest intermediate update of the UK correction before the final calculations are made.

The figures for 2012 correspond to the result of the intermediate calculation of the financing of the correction of budgetary imbalances for the United Kingdom in respect of the correction for the year 2010.

Legal basis

Council Decision 2007/436/EC, Euratom of 7 June 2007 on the system of the European Communities’ own resources (OJ L 163, 23.6.2007, p. 17), and in particular Articles 4 and 5 thereof.

Member State

Budget 2014

Budget 2013

Outturn 2012

Belgium

p.m.

p.m.

–7 206 164,—

Bulgaria

p.m.

p.m.

– 874 899,—

Czech Republic

p.m.

p.m.

–1 200 038,99

Denmark

p.m.

p.m.

–5 748 682,57

Germany

p.m.

p.m.

–12 395 478,—

Estonia

p.m.

p.m.

– 159 399,—

Ireland

p.m.

p.m.

–4 114 974,—

Greece

p.m.

p.m.

–10 261 013,—

Spain

p.m.

p.m.

–31 026 737,—

France

p.m.

p.m.

–53 804 546,—

Croatia

p.m.

 

Italy

p.m.

p.m.

–44 693 441,—

Cyprus

p.m.

p.m.

– 988 357,—

Latvia

p.m.

p.m.

233 974,76

Lithuania

p.m.

p.m.

– 468 726,96

Luxembourg

p.m.

p.m.

–1 321 483,—

Hungary

p.m.

p.m.

–4 026 276,84

Malta

p.m.

p.m.

– 289 108,—

Netherlands

p.m.

p.m.

–3 588 342,—

Austria

p.m.

p.m.

– 764 191,—

Poland

p.m.

p.m.

–15 319 082,81

Portugal

p.m.

p.m.

–4 186 172,—

Romania

p.m.

p.m.

1 288 310,43

Slovenia

p.m.

p.m.

–1 504 459,—

Slovakia

p.m.

p.m.

–2 287 722,—

Finland

p.m.

p.m.

–4 814 952,—

Sweden

p.m.

p.m.

–1 711 938,05

United Kingdom

p.m.

p.m.

225 961 217,79

Item 3 6 0 4 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

14 727 319,76

TITLE 4

REVENUE ACCRUING FROM PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTIONS AND OTHER UNION BODIES

Article

Item

Heading

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

%

2012/2014

CHAPTER 4 0

4 0 0

Proceeds from the tax on the salaries, wages and allowances of Members of the institutions, officials, other servants and persons in receipt of a pension, and members of the governing bodies of the European Investment Bank, the European Central Bank, the European Investment Fund, their staff and persons in receipt of a pension

654 290 626

644 173 746

602 326 471,69

92,06

4 0 3

Proceeds from the temporary contribution from the salaries of Members of the institutions, officials and other servants in active employment

p.m.

p.m.

68 936,02

4 0 4

Proceeds from the special levy on the salaries of Members of the institutions, officials and other servants in active employment

68 333 233

43 887 871

64 279 932,19

94,07

 

CHAPTER 4 0 — TOTAL

722 623 859

688 061 617

666 675 339,90

92,26

CHAPTER 4 1

4 1 0

Staff contributions to the pension scheme

435 628 040

472 648 608

449 267 223,91

103,13

4 1 1

Transfer or purchase of pension rights by staff

92 862 947

98 306 299

101 041 750,27

108,81

4 1 2

Contributions to the pensions scheme by officials and temporary staff on leave on personal grounds

110 000

110 000

71 523,84

65,02

 

CHAPTER 4 1 — TOTAL

528 600 987

571 064 907

550 380 498,02

104,12

CHAPTER 4 2

4 2 0

Employer’s contribution by decentralised agencies and international organisations to the pension scheme

23 774 384

19 060 344

18 541 927,07

77,99

4 2 1

Contributions by Members of the European Parliament to the pension scheme

p.m.

p.m.

19 166,90

 

CHAPTER 4 2 — TOTAL

23 774 384

19 060 344

18 561 093,97

78,07

 

Title 4 — Total

1 274 999 230

1 278 186 868

1 235 616 931,89

96,91

CHAPTER 4 0 —

MISCELLANEOUS TAXES AND DEDUCTIONS

CHAPTER 4 1 —

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PENSION SCHEME

CHAPTER 4 2 —

OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PENSION SCHEME

CHAPTER 4 0 — MISCELLANEOUS TAXES AND DEDUCTIONS

4 0 0     Proceeds from the tax on the salaries, wages and allowances of Members of the institutions, officials, other servants and persons in receipt of a pension, and members of the governing bodies of the European Investment Bank, the European Central Bank, the European Investment Fund, their staff and persons in receipt of a pension

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

654 290 626

644 173 746

602 326 471,69

Remarks

This revenue represents all the tax levied on salaries, wages and emoluments of every type, with the exception of benefits and family allowances paid to Members of the Commission, officials, other servants and persons in receipt of the compensation payments on termination of employment referred to in Chapter 01 of each title of the statement of expenditure and to persons in receipt of a pension.

Legal basis

Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union.

Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union.

Protocol on the privileges and immunities of the European Union, and in particular Article 12 thereof.

Council Regulation No 422/67/EEC, No 5/67/Euratom of 25 July 1967 determining the emoluments of the President and Members of the Commission, of the President, Judges, Advocates-General and Registrar of the Court of Justice, of the President, Members and Registrar of the General Court and of the President, Members and Registrar of the European Union Civil Service Tribunal (OJ 187, 8.8.1967, p. 1).

Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC) No 260/68 of 29 February 1968 laying down the conditions and procedure for applying the tax for the benefit of the European Communities (OJ L 56, 4.3.1968, p. 8).

Council Regulation (ECSC, EEC, Euratom) No 1860/76 of 29 June 1976 laying down the Conditions of Employment of Staff of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (OJ L 214, 6.8.1976, p. 24).

Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC) No 2290/77 of 18 October 1977 determining the emoluments of the members of the Court of Auditors (OJ L 268, 20.10.1977, p. 1).

Decision 94/262/ECSC, EC, Euratom of the European Parliament of 9 March 1994 on the regulations and general conditions governing the performance of the Ombudsman's duties (OJ L 113, 4.5.1994, p. 15).

Decision No 1247/2002/EC of the European Parliament, of the Council and of the Commission of 1 July 2002 on the regulations and general conditions governing the performance of the European Data-protection Supervisor’s duties (OJ L 183, 12.7.2002, p. 1).

Council Decision 2009/909/EU of 1 December 2009 laying down the conditions of employment of the President of the European Council (OJ L 322, 9.12.2009, p. 35).

Council Decision 2009/910/EU of 1 December 2009 laying down the conditions of employment of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (OJ L 322, 9.12.2009, p. 36).

Council Decision 2009/912/EU of 1 December 2009 laying down the conditions of employment of the Secretary-General of the Council of the European Union (OJ L 322, 9.12.2009, p. 38).

European Parliament

 

72 232 824

Council

 

22 524 000

Commission:

 

431 201 921

— administration

(351 548 000)

 

— research and technological development

(14 631 182)

 

— research (indirect actions)

(15 381 881)

 

— European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)

(2 981 000)

 

— European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO)

(650 000)

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Brussels (OIB)

(2 313 000)

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Luxembourg (OIL)

(850 000)

 

— Office for Administration and Payment of Individual Entitlements (PMO)

(1 132 000)

 

— Publications Office of the European Union (OP)

(3 225 000)

 

— Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)

(239 850)

 

— Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of home affairs

(268 136)

 

— Artemis Joint Undertaking — Embedded Computing Systems Initiative (Artemis JU)

(93 599)

 

— Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking

(46 743)

 

— Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC)

(67 383)

 

— Clean Sky JU

(171 512)

 

— Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO)

(217 205)

 

— Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA ex-EAHC)

(185 260)

 

— Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)

(1 029 027)

 

— European Agency for Reconstruction

(p.m.)

 

— European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)

(230 922)

 

— European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders (Frontex)

(866 038)

 

— European Asylum Support Office (EASO)

(146 426)

 

— European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

(3 747 041)

 

— European Banking Authority (EBA)

(894 882)

 

— European Body for the Enhancement of Judicial Cooperation (Eurojust)

(608 236)

 

— European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)

(1 097 302)

 

— European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop)

(543 119)

 

— European Chemicals Agency (ECHA)

(2 935 177)

 

— European Environment Agency (EEA)

(1 139 840)

 

— European Fisheries Control Agency (CFCA)

(275 605)

 

— European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)

(1 366 953)

 

— European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound)

(567 399)

 

— European GNSS Supervisory Authority (Galileo)

(435 913)

 

— European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE)

(129 853)

 

— European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

(153 177)

 

— European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)

(474 087)

 

— European Joint Undertaking for ITER and the Development of Fusion Energy (F4E)

(1 654 563)

 

— European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA)

(891 211)

 

— European Medicines Agency (EMA)

(3 979 957)

 

— European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA)

(500 368)

 

— European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council JU (ENIAC)

(93 486)

 

— European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)

(249 629)

 

— European Police College (CEPOL)

(103 557)

 

— European Police Office (Europol)

(2 324 699)

 

— European Railway Agency (ERA)

(790 771)

 

— European Research Council Executive Agency (ERCEA)

(865 474)

 

— European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)

(546 965)

 

— European Training Foundation (ETF)

(758 977)

 

— European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)

(432 845)

 

— Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME ex-EACI)

(703 756)

 

— Fuel Cells and Hydrogen technology JU (FCH)

(105 426)

 

— Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA ex-TEN-T EA)

(390 885)

 

— Innovative Medicines Initiative JU (IMI)

(216 660)

 

— New generation European air traffic management system JU (SESAR)

(228 585)

 

— Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM)

(3 713 455)

 

— Research Executive Agency (REA)

(951 621)

 

— Translation Centre for the bodies of the European Union (CdT)

(1 056 283)

 

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

24 204 000

Court of Auditors

 

10 004 000

European Economic and Social Committee

 

4 521 290

Committee of the Regions

 

3 188 444

European Ombudsman

 

593 147

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

489 000

European External Action Service

 

21 542 000

European Investment Bank

 

38 090 000

European Central Bank

 

23 000 000

European Investment Fund

 

2 700 000

 

Total

654 290 626

4 0 3     Proceeds from the temporary contribution from the salaries of Members of the institutions, officials and other servants in active employment

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

68 936,02

Remarks

The provisions concerning the temporary contribution applied until 30 June 2003. Therefore this line will cover any revenue resulting from the residual amount of the temporary contribution from the salaries of Members of the Commission, officials and other servants in active employment.

Legal basis

Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Communities, and in particular Article 66a thereof in the version in force until 15 December 2003.

Council Regulation No 422/67/EEC, No 5/67/Euratom of 25 July 1967 determining the emoluments of the President and Members of the Commission, of the President, Judges, Advocates-General and Registrar of the Court of Justice, of the President, Members and Registrar of the General Court and of the President, Members and Registrar of the European Union Civil Service Tribunal (OJ 187, 8.8.1967, p. 1).

Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC) No 2290/77 of 18 October 1977 determining the emoluments of the members of the Court of Auditors (OJ L 268, 20.10.1977, p. 1).

European Parliament

 

p.m.

Council

 

p.m.

Commission:

 

p.m.

— administration

(p.m.)

 

— research and technological development

(p.m.)

 

— research (indirect actions)

(p.m.)

 

— European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO)

(p.m.)

 

— European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)

(p.m.)

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Brussels (OIB)

(p.m.)

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Luxembourg (OIL)

(p.m.)

 

— Office for Administration and Payment of Individual Entitlements (PMO)

(p.m.)

 

— Publications Office of the European Union (OP)

(p.m.)

 

— Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO)

(p.m.)

 

— European Body for the Enhancement of Judicial Cooperation (Eurojust)

(p.m.)

 

— European Agency for Reconstruction

(p.m.)

 

— European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)

(p.m.)

 

— European Medicines Agency (EMEA)

(p.m.)

 

— European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

(p.m.)

 

— European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop)

(p.m.)

 

— European Environment Agency (EEA)

(p.m.)

 

— European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)

(p.m.)

 

— European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound)

(p.m.)

 

— European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA)

(p.m.)

 

— European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA)

(p.m.)

 

— European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)

(p.m.)

 

— European Training Foundation (ETF)

(p.m.)

 

— Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM)

(p.m.)

 

— Translation Centre for the bodies of the European Union (CdT)

(p.m.)

 

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

p.m.

Court of Auditors

 

p.m.

European Economic and Social Committee

 

p.m.

Committee of the Regions

 

p.m.

European Ombudsman

 

p.m.

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

p.m.

 

Total

p.m.

4 0 4     Proceeds from the special levy on the salaries of Members of the institutions, officials and other servants in active employment

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

68 333 233

43 887 871

64 279 932,19

Remarks

This article is intended to record the proceeds from the special levy on the salaries of officials and other servants in active employment in accordance with Article 66a of the Staff Regulations.

Legal basis

Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union, and in particular Article 66a thereof.

Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union.

Council Regulation No 422/67/EEC, No 5/67/Euratom of 25 July 1967 determining the emoluments of the President and Members of the Commission, of the President, Judges, Advocates-General and Registrar of the Court of Justice, of the President, Members and Registrar of the General Court and of the President, Members and Registrar of the European Union Civil Service Tribunal (OJ 187, 8.8.1967, p. 1).

Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC) No 2290/77 of 18 October 1977 determining the emoluments of the members of the Court of Auditors (OJ L 268, 20.10.1977, p. 1).

Decision 94/262/ECSC, EC, Euratom of the European Parliament of 9 March 1994 on the regulations and general conditions governing the performance of the Ombudsman's duties (OJ L 113, 4.5.1994, p. 15).

Decision No 1247/2002/EC of the European Parliament, of the Council and of the Commission of 1 July 2002 on the regulations and general conditions governing the performance of the European Data-protection Supervisor’s duties (OJ L 183, 12.7.2002, p. 1).

Council Decision 2009/909/EU of 1 December 2009 laying down the conditions of employment of the President of the European Council (OJ L 322, 9.12.2009, p. 35).

Council Decision 2009/910/EU of 1 December 2009 laying down the conditions of employment of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (OJ L 322, 9.12.2009, p. 36).

Council Decision 2009/912/EU of 1 December 2009 laying down the conditions of employment of the Secretary-General of the Council of the European Union (OJ L 322, 9.12.2009, p. 38).

European Parliament

 

8 967 490

Council

 

2 793 000

Commission:

 

46 994 080

— administration

(32 200 000)

 

— research and technological development

(2 948 707)

 

— research (indirect actions)

(2 678 317)

 

— European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)

(615 000)

 

— European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO)

(134 000)

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Brussels (OIB)

(433 000)

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Luxembourg (OIL)

(147 000)

 

— Office for Administration and Payment of Individual Entitlements (PMO)

(238 000)

 

— Publications Office of the European Union (OP)

(673 000)

 

— Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)

(40 469)

 

— Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of home affairs

(55 706)

 

— Artemis Joint Undertaking — Embedded Computing Systems Initiative (Artemis JU)

(17 198)

 

— Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking

(8 250)

 

— Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC)

(13 527)

 

— Clean Sky JU

(33 052)

 

— Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO)

(43 219)

 

— Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA ex-EAHC)

(22 882)

 

— Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)

(162 385)

 

— European Agency for Reconstruction

(p.m.)

 

— European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)

(41 848)

 

— European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders (Frontex)

(209 801)

 

— European Asylum Support Office (EASO)

(17 386)

 

— European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

(797 361)

 

— European Banking Authority (EBA)

(90 699)

 

— European Body for the Enhancement of Judicial Cooperation (Eurojust)

(62 153)

 

— European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)

(178 466)

 

— European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop)

(113 519)

 

— European Chemicals Agency (ECHA)

(504 455)

 

— European Environment Agency (EEA)

(174 403)

 

— European Fisheries Control Agency (CFCA)

(61 189)

 

— European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)

(259 917)

 

— European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound)

(103 104)

 

— European GNSS Supervisory Authority (Galileo)

(64 055)

 

— European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE)

(28 724)

 

— European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

(26 744)

 

— European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)

(82 604)

 

— European Joint Undertaking for ITER and the Development of Fusion Energy (F4E)

(319 586)

 

— European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA)

(205 568)

 

— European Medicines Agency (EMA)

(535 484)

 

— European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA)

(115 541)

 

— European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council JU (ENIAC)

(16 501)

 

— European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)

(51 149)

 

— European Police College (CEPOL)

(17 078)

 

— European Police Office (Europol)

(540 831)

 

— European Railway Agency (ERA)

(152 947)

 

— European Research Council Executive Agency (ERCEA)

(157 797)

 

— European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)

(70 823)

 

— European Training Foundation (ETF)

(140 363)

 

— European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)

(84 681)

 

— Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME ex-EACI)

(101 052)

 

— Fuel Cells and Hydrogen technology JU (FCH)

(29 382)

 

— Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA ex-TEN-T EA)

(65 287)

 

— Innovative Medicines Initiative JU (IMI)

(43 210)

 

— New generation European air traffic management system JU (SESAR)

(38 441)

 

— Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM)

(668 203)

 

— Research Executive Agency (REA)

(142 415)

 

— Translation Centre for the bodies of the European Union (CdT)

(217 601)

 

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

4 402 000

Court of Auditors

 

1 500 000

European Economic and Social Committee

 

871 316

Committee of the Regions

 

622 780

European Ombudsman

 

64 567

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

77 000

European External Action Service

 

2 041 000

 

Total

68 333 233

CHAPTER 4 1 — CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PENSION SCHEME

4 1 0     Staff contributions to the pension scheme

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

435 628 040

472 648 608

449 267 223,91

Remarks

The revenue represents staff contributions to the financing of the pension scheme.

Legal basis

Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union.

Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union.

Council Regulation (ECSC, EEC, Euratom) No 1860/76 of 29 June 1976 laying down the Conditions of Employment of Staff of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (OJ L 214, 6.8.1976, p. 24).

European Parliament

 

64 473 150

Council

 

30 581 000

Commission:

 

289 546 122

— administration

(179 070 000)

 

— research and technological development

(16 530 951)

 

— research (indirect actions)

(16 259 308)

 

— European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)

(3 148 000)

 

— European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO)

(945 000)

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Brussels (OIB)

(4 544 000)

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Luxembourg (OIL)

(1 424 000)

 

— Office for Administration and Payment of Individual Entitlements (PMO)

(2 497 000)

 

— Publications Office of the European Union (OP)

(4 311 000)

 

— Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)

(394 537)

 

— Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of home affairs

(403 416)

 

— Artemis Joint Undertaking — Embedded Computing Systems Initiative (Artemis JU)

(116 408)

 

— Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking

(54 571)

 

— Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC)

(131 101)

 

— Clean Sky JU

(226 901)

 

— Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO)

(334 999)

 

— Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA ex-EAHC)

(308 517)

 

— Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)

(2 341 170)

 

— European Agency for Reconstruction

(p.m.)

 

— European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)

(406 579)

 

— European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders (Frontex)

(1 581 417)

 

— European Asylum Support Office (EASO)

(314 309)

 

— European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

(5 852 005)

 

— European Banking Authority (EBA)

(862 486)

 

— European Body for the Enhancement of Judicial Cooperation (Eurojust)

(1 201 091)

 

— European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)

(1 807 878)

 

— European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop)

(874 699)

 

— European Chemicals Agency (ECHA)

(4 004 575)

 

— European Environment Agency (EEA)

(1 392 106)

 

— European Fisheries Control Agency (CFCA)

(431 988)

 

— European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)

(2 264 340)

 

— European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound)

(807 424)

 

— European GNSS Supervisory Authority (Galileo)

(905 050)

 

— European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE)

(267 209)

 

— European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

(323 115)

 

— European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA)

(717 060)

 

— European Joint Undertaking for ITER and the Development of Fusion Energy (F4E)

(2 519 044)

 

— European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA)

(1 680 039)

 

— European Medicines Agency (EMA)

(4 698 435)

 

— European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA)

(820 170)

 

— European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council JU (ENIAC)

(109 141)

 

— European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)

(412 198)

 

— European Police College (CEPOL)

(201 968)

 

— European Police Office (Europol)

(3 955 037)

 

— European Railway Agency (ERA)

(1 123 903)

 

— European Research Council Executive Agency (ERCEA)

(1 957 729)

 

— European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)

(688 136)

 

— European Training Foundation (ETF)

(1 017 660)

 

— European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)

(672 837)

 

— Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME ex-EACI)

(1 488 750)

 

— Fuel Cells and Hydrogen technology JU (FCH)

(175 061)

 

— Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA ex-TEN-T EA)

(789 280)

 

— Innovative Medicines Initiative JU (IMI)

(291 419)

 

— New generation European air traffic management system JU (SESAR)

(289 973)

 

— Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM)

(5 494 308)

 

— Research Executive Agency (REA)

(2 459 221)

 

— Translation Centre for the bodies of the European Union (CdT)

(1 647 603)

 

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

18 697 000

Court of Auditors

 

8 097 000

European Economic and Social Committee

 

5 493 786

Committee of the Regions

 

4 115 471

European Ombudsman

 

532 511

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

434 000

European External Action Service

 

13 658 000

 

Total

435 628 040

4 1 1     Transfer or purchase of pension rights by staff

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

92 862 947

98 306 299

101 041 750,27

Remarks

The revenue represents the payment to the Union of the actuarial equivalent or the flat-rate redemption value of pension rights acquired by officials in their previous jobs.

Legal basis

Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union.

European Parliament

 

9 100 000

Council

 

p.m.

Commission

 

83 762 947

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

p.m.

Court of Auditors

 

p.m.

European Economic and Social Committee

 

p.m.

Committee of the Regions

 

p.m.

European Ombudsman

 

p.m.

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

p.m.

European External Action Service

 

p.m.

 

Total

92 862 947

4 1 2     Contributions to the pensions scheme by officials and temporary staff on leave on personal grounds

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

110 000

110 000

71 523,84

Remarks

Officials and other servants taking leave on personal grounds may continue to acquire pension rights provided that they also bear the cost of the employer's contribution.

Legal basis

Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union.

Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union.

European Parliament

 

10 000

Council

 

p.m.

Commission

 

100 000

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

p.m.

Court of Auditors

 

p.m.

European Economic and Social Committee

 

p.m.

Committee of the Regions

 

p.m.

European Ombudsman

 

p.m.

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

p.m.

European External Action Service

 

p.m.

 

Total

110 000

CHAPTER 4 2 — OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PENSION SCHEME

4 2 0     Employer’s contribution by decentralised agencies and international organisations to the pension scheme

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

23 774 384

19 060 344

18 541 927,07

Remarks

The revenue represents the employer's contribution by decentralised agencies and international organisations to the pension scheme.

Legal basis

Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union.

Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union.

Commission

 

23 774 384

4 2 1     Contributions by Members of the European Parliament to the pension scheme

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

19 166,90

Remarks

The revenue represents contributions by Members of the European Parliament to the financing of the pension scheme.

Legal basis

Rules governing the payment of expenses and allowances to Members of the European Parliament, and in particular Annex III thereto.

European Parliament

 

p.m.

TITLE 5

REVENUE ACCRUING FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATION OF THE INSTITUTIONS

Article

Item

Heading

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

%

2012/2014

CHAPTER 5 0

5 0 0

Proceeds from the sale of movable property (supply of goods)

5 0 0 0

Proceeds from the sale of vehicles — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

52 915,01

5 0 0 1

Proceeds from the sale of other movable property — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

207 463,45

5 0 0 2

Proceeds from the supply of goods to other institutions or bodies — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

1 375 098,50

 

Article 5 0 0 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

1 635 476,96

5 0 1

Proceeds from the sale of immovable property

p.m.

p.m.

360 000,—

5 0 2

Proceeds from the sale of publications, printed works and films — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

1 600 368,01

 

CHAPTER 5 0 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

3 595 844,97

CHAPTER 5 1

5 1 0

Proceeds from the hiring-out of furniture and equipment — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

5 1 1

Proceeds from letting and subletting immovable property and reimbursement of charges connected with lettings

5 1 1 0

Proceeds from letting and subletting immovable property — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

21 484 887,45

5 1 1 1

Reimbursement of charges connected with lettings — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

571 247,47

 

Article 5 1 1 — Total

p.m.

p.m.

22 056 134,92

 

CHAPTER 5 1 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

22 056 134,92

CHAPTER 5 2

5 2 0

Revenue from investments or loans granted, bank and other interest on the institutions’ accounts

1 752 047

1 884 139

9 684 757,61

552,77

5 2 1

Revenue from investments or loans granted, bank and other interest on the accounts of organisations receiving subsidies transferred to the Commission

10 000 000

10 000 000

14 252 759,85

142,53

5 2 2

Interest yielded by pre-financing

40 000 000

40 000 000

36 373 677,44

90,93

5 2 3

Revenue generated on Trust Accounts — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

8 931 169,74

 

CHAPTER 5 2 — TOTAL

51 752 047

51 884 139

69 242 364,64

133,80

CHAPTER 5 5

5 5 0

Proceeds from the supply of services and work for other institutions or bodies, including refunds by other institutions or bodies of mission allowances paid on their behalf — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

32 853 099,68

5 5 1

Revenue from third parties in respect of services or work supplied at their request — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

3 887 716,14

 

CHAPTER 5 5 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

36 740 815,82

CHAPTER 5 7

5 7 0

Revenue arising from the repayment of amounts wrongly paid — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

50 438 450,70

5 7 1

Revenue earmarked for a specific purpose, such as income from foundations, subsidies, gifts and bequests, including the earmarked revenue specific to each institution — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

284 365,32

5 7 2

Repayment of welfare expenditure incurred on behalf of another institution

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

5 7 3

Other contributions and refunds in connection with the administrative operation of the institution — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

153 997 642,30

5 7 4

Revenue arising from the Commission contribution to the European External Action Service (EEAS) for Commission staff working in Union delegations — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

268 262 884,51

 

CHAPTER 5 7 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

472 983 342,83

CHAPTER 5 8

5 8 0

Revenue from payments connected with lettings — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

723 982,47

5 8 1

Revenue from insurance payments received — Assigned revenue

p.m.

p.m.

1 370 800,04

 

CHAPTER 5 8 — TOTAL

p.m.

p.m.

2 094 782,51

CHAPTER 5 9

5 9 0

Other revenue from administrative operations

2 000 000

2 000 000

5 277 107,53

263,86

 

CHAPTER 5 9 — TOTAL

2 000 000

2 000 000

5 277 107,53

263,86

 

Title 5 — Total

53 752 047

53 884 139

611 990 393,22

1 138,54

CHAPTER 5 0 —

PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF MOVABLE PROPERTY (SUPPLY OF GOODS) AND IMMOVABLE PROPERTY

CHAPTER 5 1 —

PROCEEDS FROM LETTING AND HIRING

CHAPTER 5 2 —

REVENUE FROM INVESTMENTS OR LOANS GRANTED, BANK AND OTHER INTEREST

CHAPTER 5 5 —

REVENUE FROM THE SUPPLY OF SERVICES AND WORK

CHAPTER 5 7 —

OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS AND REFUNDS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATION OF THE INSTITUTIONS

CHAPTER 5 8 —

MISCELLANEOUS COMPENSATION

CHAPTER 5 9 —

OTHER REVENUE FROM ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS

CHAPTER 5 0 — PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF MOVABLE PROPERTY (SUPPLY OF GOODS) AND IMMOVABLE PROPERTY

5 0 0     Proceeds from the sale of movable property (supply of goods)

5 0 0 0   Proceeds from the sale of vehicles — Assigned revenue

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

52 915,01

Remarks

This item is intended to record revenue from the sale or part-exchange of vehicles belonging to the institutions.

It also records the proceeds from the sale of vehicles that are being replaced or scrapped when their book value is fully depreciated.

In accordance with Article 21(3)(a) and (b) of the Financial Regulation, this revenue is to be considered as assigned revenue and gives rise to the entry of additional appropriations on the lines which bore the initial expenditure giving rise to the corresponding revenue.

European Parliament

 

p.m.

Council

 

p.m.

Commission

 

p.m.

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

p.m.

Court of Auditors

 

p.m.

European Economic and Social Committee

 

p.m.

Committee of the Regions

 

p.m.

European Ombudsman

 

p.m.

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

p.m.

European External Action Service

 

p.m.

 

Total

p.m.

5 0 0 1   Proceeds from the sale of other movable property — Assigned revenue

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

207 463,45

Remarks

This item is intended to record revenue from the sale or part-exchange of movable property, other than vehicles, belonging to the institutions.

It also records the proceeds from the sale of equipment, installations, materials, and scientific and technical apparatus which are being replaced or scrapped when the book value is fully depreciated.

In accordance with Article 21(3)(a) and (b) of the Financial Regulation, this revenue is to be considered as assigned revenue and gives rise to the entry of additional appropriations on the lines which bore the initial expenditure giving rise to the corresponding revenue.

European Parliament

 

p.m.

Council

 

p.m.

Commission

 

p.m.

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

p.m.

Court of Auditors

 

p.m.

European Economic and Social Committee

 

p.m.

Committee of the Regions

 

p.m.

European Ombudsman

 

p.m.

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

p.m.

European External Action Service

 

p.m.

 

Total

p.m.

5 0 0 2   Proceeds from the supply of goods to other institutions or bodies — Assigned revenue

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

1 375 098,50

Remarks

In accordance with Article 21(3)(e) of the Financial Regulation, this revenue is to be considered as assigned revenue and gives rise to the entry of additional appropriations on the lines which bore the initial expenditure giving rise to the corresponding revenue.

European Parliament

 

p.m.

Council

 

p.m.

Commission

 

p.m.

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

p.m.

Court of Auditors

 

p.m.

European Economic and Social Committee

 

p.m.

Committee of the Regions

 

p.m.

European Ombudsman

 

p.m.

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

p.m.

European External Action Service

 

p.m.

 

Total

p.m.

5 0 1     Proceeds from the sale of immovable property

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

360 000,—

Remarks

This article is intended to record revenue from the sale of immovable property belonging to the institutions.

5 0 2     Proceeds from the sale of publications, printed works and films — Assigned revenue

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

1 600 368,01

Remarks

In accordance with Article 21(3)(h) of the Financial Regulation, this revenue is to be considered as assigned revenue and gives rise to the entry of additional appropriations on the lines which bore the initial expenditure giving rise to the corresponding revenue.

This article also contains revenue from the sale of such products on an electronic medium.

European Parliament

 

p.m.

Council

 

p.m.

Commission

 

p.m.

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

p.m.

Court of Auditors

 

p.m.

European Economic and Social Committee

 

p.m.

Committee of the Regions

 

p.m.

European Ombudsman

 

p.m.

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

p.m.

European External Action Service

 

p.m.

 

Total

p.m.

CHAPTER 5 1 — PROCEEDS FROM LETTING AND HIRING

5 1 0     Proceeds from the hiring-out of furniture and equipment — Assigned revenue

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

0,—

Remarks

In accordance with Article 21(3)(a) of the Financial Regulation, this revenue is to be considered as assigned revenue and gives rise to the entry of additional appropriations on the lines which bore the initial expenditure giving rise to the corresponding revenue.

European Parliament

 

p.m.

Council

 

p.m.

Commission

 

p.m.

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

p.m.

Court of Auditors

 

p.m.

European Economic and Social Committee

 

p.m.

Committee of the Regions

 

p.m.

European Ombudsman

 

p.m.

European Data Protection Supervisor

 

p.m.

European External Action Service

 

p.m.

 

Total

p.m.

5 1 1     Proceeds from letting and subletting immovable property and reimbursement of charges connected with lettings

5 1 1 0   Proceeds from letting and subletting immovable property — Assigned revenue

Financial year 2014

Financial year 2013

Financial year 2012

p.m.

p.m.

21 484 887,45

Remarks

In accordance with Article 21(3)(a) of the Financial Regulation, this revenue is to be considered as assigned revenue and gives rise to the entry of additional appropriations on the lines which bore the initial expenditure giving rise to the corresponding revenue.

European Parliament

 

p.m.

Council

 

p.m.

Commission

 

p.m.

Court of Justice of the European Union

 

p.m.

Court of Auditors

 

p.m.

European Economic and Social Committee