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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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4. June 2024
Statistics Estonia
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The structure of the table has changed on 05.09.2018.City and town settlement regions - cover settlements where most inhabitants live in regions where population density is greater than 200 inhabitants per km² and the population figure in a cluster of this density is greater than 5,000.
Rural settlement region - covers settlements where population density is lower than 200 inhabitants per km² or regions with higher population density where the population figure is under 5,000.
Urban settlements include cities, cities without municipal status and towns, rural settlements include small towns and villages.
The data of 2012 are recalculated according to revised population figures on 12.09.2014. Data for 2006-2011 are not revised.
The methodology for calculating life expectancy, and other mathematical formulas used in population statistics are outlined in the methodology document.