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This database does not contain data tables on foreign trade statistics.
Tables for foreign trade statistics are published in the foreign trade database.

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28. February 2024
Statistics Estonia
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Number of enterprises , Average annual number of persons employed , Average annual number of employees ,

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Enterprises have been distributed between counties by their registered seat.
The table contains data for all activities except financial and insurance activities. According to EMTAK (Estonian Classification of Economic Activities), these are sections A-S excluding K.
In 2008 a new version of the classification of economic activities was implemented in the EU. The data in the present table are according to EMTAK 2008 (based on NACE Rev. 2).
Up to the year 2011 the data have been converted into euros on the basis of aggregated data (1 euro = 15.6466 Estonian kroons).
Starting from reference year 2019, the new lease accounting standard IFRS 16 “Leases” of the International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) is applied. It provides for the recognition of most leases in the balance sheet (assets and liabilities). Previously, the lessee recognised finance leases in the balance sheet and operating leases off the balance sheet. According to the new standard, all leases are recognised in the balance sheet.
Users of the Estonian Financial Reporting Standard (EFS) can choose between two accounting principles:
1) apply the principles of IFRS 16 in accounting for leases, where all leases are classified as finance leases and recognised in the balance sheet in a manner similar to IFRS 16; or
2) use the previous approach, where operating leases are not reported in the balance sheet
From the reference year 2021, the final frame of economically active units is used, and for the data of 2020 and earlier, the initial frame is in use. The change in methodology has the biggest impact on the indicator ‘number of enterprises’.
The initial and final frame of economically active units and their difference are described here.