Official Statistics of Finland

Structural business and financial statement statistics

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Latest release:
Enterprises turnover grew by 2,4 per cent in 2019
24 Sep 2020
According to Statistics Finlands preliminary data, enterprises (NACE B to S, excl. K) turnover without internal items was EUR 427.4 billion in total in 2019. The turnover grew by EUR 9.9 billion, which is 2.4 per cent more than one year ago. Of the turnover growth, EUR 4.0 billion came from manufacturing enterprises, EUR 3.4 billion from service enterprises, EUR 0.5 billion from trade and EUR 1.9 billion from construction.

Next release:
17 Dec 2020

Description: The structural business and financial statement statistics describe enterprises operating in Finland. The statistics comprise industry-specific data on the number of enterprises, personnel, financial statements and itemisation of turnover and expenditure. The data on enterprises' financial statements describe the formation of profit, profitability and balance sheet structure in different industries. The examined variables are profit and loss account and balance sheet data, and parameters calculated from them. The statistics also include information on the growth of enterprises and how they have managed after the starting year.
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Keywords: enterprises, industries, personnel, financial statement, turnover, profit and loss account, balance sheets, profitability, value added, investments.
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Change: StatFin database tables of non-profit institutions serving households updated in connection with the Structural business and financial statement statistics
19 Dec 2019
The database tables of non-profit institutions serving households (Tables 11i1 and 11i2) were updated in the StatFin service in connection with the Structural business and financial statement statistics.

Referencing instructions:

Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Structural business and financial statement statistics [e-publication].
ISSN=2342-6233. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 25.9.2020].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/yrti/index_en.html