Published: 14 September 2012
According to the supply and use tables concerning the year 2009 constructions and construction works was the most significant product group of intermediate consumption in Finland's national economy. The next most important product groups were real estate services, mining and quarrying (incl. crude oil), legal and accounting services; services of head offices; management consulting ser-vices, food products, beverages and tobacco products and coke and refined petroleum products.
Shares of largest product groups of intermediate consumption at purchaser's prices
|Product group (CPA)||Share (%) of all
|41_43 Constructions and construction works||4,8|
|68 Real estate services||4,4|
|05_09 Mining and quarrying||4,2|
|69_70 Legal and accounting services; services of head offices;...||3,7|
|10_12 Food products, beverages and tobacco products||3,7|
|19 Coke and refined petroleum productst||3,7|
|35 Electricity, gas, steam and air-conditioning||3,6|
|25 Fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment||3,5|
|49 Land transport services and transport services via pipelines||3,5|
|20 Chemicals and chemical products||3,5|
|62_63 Computer programming, consultancy and related...||3,0|
|52 Warehousing and support services for transportation||2,7|
|26 Computer, electronic and optical products||2,7|
|71 Architectural and engineering services; technical testing...||2,7|
Intermediate consumption consists of the value of the goods and services consumed as inputs by a process of production, excluding fixed assets (capital goods) whose consumption is recorded as consumption of fixed capital.
Statistics Finland publishes annually supply and use tables describing product flows in the national economy, and input-output and analysis tables derived from them. The data published now concern the year 2009. Tables concerning 2010 will be published in February 2013.
Source: National Accounts 2009. Statistics Finland
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