Official Statistics of Finland


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Food industry had the highest relative employment impacts in manufacturing in 2010 and 2011
04 Nov 2015
According to Statistics Finland's input-output statistics, industry 10_12 Food industry, etc. had the highest relative total impacts of all manufacturing industries on employment in Finland's national economy in 2010 and 2011. According to the labour input coefficients, the total impact of an increase of EUR one million in the final use (final consumption expenditure + gross capital formation + exports) of the products of the industry on the number of employed persons in Finland's national economy was 15 employed persons in 2010 and 14 employed persons in 2011. The employment impacts were the next highest in 13_15 Textile, clothing and leather industries and in 31_32 Manufacture of furniture and other products.

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17 Feb 2016

Description: The supply tables describe by commodity group production and imports of the goods and services that are produced by different industries and used in the national economy. The use tables describe by commodity group the use of these products as intermediate products in different industries and for domestic final use and exports. The description also shows the distribution of expenditure by industry into purchasing of domestic and foreign products, and wages, operating surplus and other value added items.
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Keywords: imports, industries, input-output analysis, national accounts, production.
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Change: Input-out adopts ESA 2010
18 Dec 2014
The input-output statistics start to use the new European System of Accounts (ESA 2010) in the tables for 2012 published on 18 December 2012.

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Input-output [e-publication].
ISSN=1799-201X. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 9.2.2016].
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