| 10/10/2006||Sweden||Agreement with proposal|
| 9/15/2006||United Kingdom||We agree with all the recommendations made by the AEG.|
| 9/15/2006||Latvia||After deep discussions and expert consultations we basically support the
1993 SNA Update Issues.After deep discussions and expert consultations we basically support the
1993 SNA Update Issues.|
| 7/28/2006||Lithuania||In general we support the recommendations.|
| 7/27/2006||Egypt||The suggested phrasing of the definition of the cultivated assets is more appropriate than before.|
| 1/6/2006||State Bank of Pakistan||We agree with the change in wording of the definition of cultivated assets. Now definition clarifies the distinction between produced and non-produced asset.|
| 5/6/2005||Vietnam||We support the necessity to have tightened definition on cultivated assets |
| 11/16/2004||Central Bank of Chile||Se esta de acuerdo con la mayor precision en la definición de activos cultivados del SCN 1993, enfocándola en activos cuyo crecimiento natural y regeneración este "bajo control, responsabilidad y gestión directa de unidades institucionales",
A modo de ilustración, cabe consignar que Chile aplicará la valoración de trabajos en curso referidos a estos activos y la implementación de esas directrices con el Nuevo base 2003, a publicarse durante el ano 2006.
| 11/3/2004||Bank of Tanzania/National Bureau of Statistics||We agree with the recommendations of the AEG.|
| 10/18/2004||National Bank of Tajikistan ||The National Bank of Tajikistan agrees with the recommendations of the AEG.|
| 10/14/2004||National Bank of Poland||We are of the opinion that suggested changes of the definition make the definition clearer.|
| 10/13/2004||European Central Bank||The ECB supports the provisional AEG decision on this issue, i.e. to clarify the definition of cultivated assets along the lines proposed in the AEG meeting of February 2004.|
| 10/12/2004||Reserve Bank of Australia||We support the AEG recommendations.|
| 10/6/2004||National Bank of Moldova||We agree with changes in definition of cultivated assets recommended by AEG.|
| 10/5/2004||Bank of Korea||We agree with the recommendation of the AEG. |
| 10/4/2004||South African Reserve Bank||We agree with the recommendations of the AEG.|
| 9/30/2004||Central Bank of Madagascar||Madagascar accepte le changement, étant donné que la recommandation (nouvelle définition) engendre une clarification et précision dans le traitement des données.|
| 9/30/2004||Bank of Latvia||Latvia is in agreement with the recommendations of the AEG and we do not have any particular comment at this stage.|
| 9/30/2004||Bank of Guyana||The suggested change to the definition will cause cultivated assets to be confined to a specific set/type of agriculture goods.
| 9/30/2004||Lesotho - Central Bank||"… Orchards and other trees yielding repeat products whose natural growth and regeneration is under the direct control, responsibility and management of institutional units?"
Comment: There is every possibility of degeneration of investors and plantations after a specified period. The preferred word that is economically viable is stage of product life circle. |
| 9/27/2004||Austria||Austria agrees with the proposed changes in wording “whose natural growth and generation is under the direct control etc”, which clarifies the definition of cultivated assets.|
| 9/20/2004||India||The suggested rewording of the definition of cultivated assets seems to qualify the definition better, although cultivated assets under direct control implies that it includes the natural growth and regeneration of the cultivated assets.
| 8/24/2004||United Kingdom||We welcome the clarification of the definition of “Cultivated Assets” in the SNA 1993 through the proposed re-wording “whose natural growth and regeneration” to replace “that are”.|
| 8/12/2004||Finland|| m1(c)fi26; |
| 8/12/2004||Australia||Australia supports the proposed change.|
| 8/11/2004||Germany|| m1(c)de26; |
| 8/11/2004||Canada||Canada agrees to clarify the definition of cultivated assets as per the AEG wording suggested.|
| 8/11/2004||Slovak Republic||Slovakia has no comments regarding AEG accepted rewording of cultivated assets definition. In our opinion this tightening makes it clearer than the previous one. |
| 8/11/2004||South Africa||We agree with the recommendations of the AEG.|
| 8/11/2004||USA||The United States supports this recommendation of the Advisory Expert Group and encourages maintaining consistency with the ongoing revisions of the Balance of Payments manual and the public sector accounting framework.|
| 8/11/2004||Norway||We agree with the AEGs recommendation for rewording.|
| 8/11/2004||Denmark||Statistics Denmark supports the change in wording of the definition of cultivated assets.
The change is a precision of the definition. It clarifies the distinction between a produced and non-produced asset when it comes natural capital. |
| 8/11/2004||Jordan||Agree with the AEG recommendation. |
| 8/11/2004||The Netherlands||We agree with the the AEG-recommendation.|
| 8/11/2004||New Zealand||• Modify the definition of cultivated assets as those whose “natural growth and regeneration” is under direct control...Agreed.
| 8/11/2004||Macao, SAR China||We are pleased to express our agreement with the proposal.|