Compensation paid by insurance companies for damages from crisis events for the period 2004-2008
|Type of insurance||Paid insurances *|
|Life insurance, permanent health insurance and supplementary insurance||38||302.0|
|Accident and sickness insurance||602||789.5|
|Motor insurance||70 964||99 458.3|
|Railway vehicles and cargo in transportation Insurance||0||0.0|
|Vessels and cargo in transportation Insurance||430||11 874.6|
|Aviation insurance||2||1 166.5|
|Fire and natural disasters Insurance||5 367||12 595.9|
|Property insurance against damage||1 754||2 589.4|
|Miscellaneous financial loss insurance||79||34.0|
|Total:||79 236||128 810.2|
* The data on paid insurance are provided by 18 insurance companies.
The NSI ad-hoc publication ‘Labour Market Areas’ is published on the NSI website and is also available on paper and CD-ROM. The publication is addressed to the users of statistical data and to the research community.
The Labour Market Area has become a well-established and widely discussed concept in regional geography and statistics both in Europe and overseas (in the USA, Canada, Mexico and South Korea). A Labour Market Area is an economically integrated territory, where the majority of people both live and work. It is statistically defined based on commuting flows. The idea is