number of these concerns may be compared with capitalist enterprises ways), derived from the utility's annual reports, have been added to the (1. 5), but generally they scarcely rise above the level of one-man figures for private rail-and tramways (Tables 1 and 2). Expenditure n concerns. Although it is true that when taken individually, the fixed assets by the 'Gemeenschappelijke Mijnbouw Maatschappij Billi allocations for increasing productive capacity in these concerns required ton' (Billiton Mining Company, in which the Government participated) only small amounts of money (in many cases they were not even are taken up under Mining (Table 3). Remaining public expenditure on monetary transactions at all), the large number of businesses concerned production-generating durable equipment and assets, including the oth mean that taken as a whole, these efforts amount to substantial sums. It er mixed enterprises, have been derived from the finalised public ac has not, however, proved possible to quantify these investments. counts ('extraordinary expenditure', CEI, 32, Vo1. 2. pp. 32-35). Among other things it covers irrigation and power installations (Table 1. 3 The data 2). Expenditure on roads and buildings have, however, been excluded For the most part, this research has been based on the data made (Budin and De Meel29, Van der Stok 101). available by the 'Bureau Schadeclaims Indonesie' (1. 1). The data are thus confined exclusively to Dutch enterprises. The report on this 1."