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Australian Government - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Advancing the interests of Australia and Australians internationally

Australian Government - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Advancing the interests of Australia and Australians internationally

Statement of Comprehensive Income

2012
2011
Notes
$'000
$'000
EXPENSES
Employee benefits
3A
443,703
411,694
Supplier
3B
477,800
457,158
Grants
3C
3,221
14,741
Depreciation and amortisation
3D
91,587
92,993
Finance costs
3E
2,620
882
Write-down and impairment of assets
3F
1,194
16,925
Foreign exchange losses
3G
2,051
1,293
Losses from asset sales
3H
6,091
-
Other expenses
3I
70
114
Total expenses
1,028,337
995,800
LESS:
OWN-SOURCE INCOME
Own-source revenue
Sale of goods and rendering of services
4A
118,899
138,053
Other revenue
4B
9,905
9,688
Total own-source revenue
128,804
147,741
Gains
Gain on asset sales
4C
-
1,874
Reversals of Previous Asset Write-Downs and Impairments
4D
16,691
-
Other
4E
6,409
450
Total gains
23,100
2,324
Total own-source income
151,904
150,065
Net cost of (contribution by) services
876,433
845,735
Revenue from Government
4F
821,534
875,645
Surplus (Deficit) on continuing operations
(54,899)
29,910
Surplus (Deficit) attributable to the Australian Government
(54,899)
29,910
OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME
Changes in asset revaluation reserves
63,001
(90,329)
Total other comprehensive income
63,001
(90,329)
Total comprehensive income (loss)
8,102
(60,419)
Total comprehensive income (loss) attributable to the Australian Government
8,102
(60,419)
The above statement should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.

 

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