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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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14. May 2024
Statistics Estonia
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As of 1 January 2016, Statistics Estonia uses a new source of residence data and methodology for calculating the population figure, which have to be taken into account upon analysing changes (see also Implementation of the residency index in demographic statistics).
Place of residence is defined as the area or settlement where the person lives permanently or most of the time. Until 2015, place of residence was defined by the person’s statement or the population register (depending on the survey methodology), whereas starting from 2015, only the place of residence recorded in the population register was used, and from 2022 onwards, place of residence is defined using the methodology of the partnership and location index (see also Implementation of the partnership and location index in demographic statistics).
The data in the table are presented according to the administrative division in force on January 1 of the reference year. Data based on the pre-administrative reform boundaries can be found in the archive table RV022: Population by sex, age group and county, 1 January (1990-2017).