These integrated accounts also bring the NIPAs and FFAs into closer accordance with the national accounting guidelines offered by the international community in the System of National Accounts.
What does SNA stand for?
SNA stands for System of National Accounts (UN)
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- Subsurface, Nuclear-Powered Attack (Submarine)
- Surface Navy Association
- Survivable Network Analysis
- Switch Network Address
- Switchmen's Union of North America
- Synchronous Network Architecture
- Syndicat National d'Apiculture (French: National Apiculture Union)
- Syndicat National des Antiquaires (French: National Union of Antiques Dealers)
- Syndicat National des Éditeurs d'Annuaires (French: National Association of Directory Publishers)
- System of National Accounting
- Système National d'Appui À l'Enseignement Agricole (French: National System of Support to Agricultural Education)
- Systems Network Architecture (IBM)
- Student Nurses' Association of South Carolina (pre-professional group)
- Systems Network Architecture/File Services (IBM)
- Systems Network Architecture/Management Service (IBM)
- Saskatchewan Nursing Assistants Association
- School of Nursing Alumni Association
- Secure Network Architecture Assessment
- Short North Arts Association
- Singapore National Aeromodelling Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
We need a new approach to economic thinking, embodying holistic definitions of prosperity and progress with a system of national accounts that include natural values.
The incorporation of the price and quantity of capital services into the System of National Accounts 2008 was approved by the United Nations Statistical Commission at its February-March 2007 meeting (United Nations et.
In addition, the NSI has begun to revise the current system of national accounts with the technical support of French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE), in line with the national accounting systemAa in use at the United Nations.
Nonetheless, early attempts to extend the system of national accounts to include non-market goods and services, and take account of some detrimental effects of economic growth, have fallen short.
ECO`s System of National Accounts Workshop was held on 17-20 May 2009 in Tehran hosted by the Statistical Center of Iran hosted the event.
After the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, the UN adopted a single system of national accounts, which in the introduction said it was meant for market economies and economies in transition to market-based ones, Cuba and North Korea being the only exceptions to the rule at the time.
A ten-year international effort culminated in a huge report in 1993, entitled simply System of National Accounts, with the objective of harmonizing the national accounts.