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Direct public expenditure on heritage

Direct public expenditure includes subsidies, grants and awards. Direct expenditure comprises generally spent on personnel, goods and services, capital investment and other heritage activities. Direct public expenditure can be in the form of operating expenditure and capital expenditure.
Source Definition
UNESCO Institute for Statistics

Dépenses publiques directes en patrimoine

Les dépenses publiques directes correspondent aux subventions, aux bourses et aux récompenses. Il s’agit des sommes généralement allouées au personnel, aux biens et services, à l’investissement en capital et autres activités liées au patrimoine. Les dépenses publiques directes peuvent prendre la forme de dépenses d’exploitation et de dépenses en capital.
Source de la définition
Institut de statistique de l'UNESCO

El gasto público directo en patrimonio

El gasto público directo incluye subsidios, subvenciones y premios. Los gastos directos incluyen aquellos generalmente invertidos en personal, bienes y servicios, inversiones de capital y otras actividades relacionadas con el patrimonio. El gasto público directo puede darse en forma de gastos operativos y gastos de capital.
Fuente(s) de la definición
Instituto de estadística del UNESCO