There were over 144,000 active economic units in 2013 – nearly 4,000 units more than the year before. In 2010, during the economic crisis, the number of active units decreased to 132,000, whereas their number has grown by 4,000–5,000 units per year for the last three years. As a rule, two thirds of all legally registered units are economically active. More than a half of them (59%) were companies and nearly one fifth (19%) were sole proprietors. Non-profit associations and foundations made up another fifth (20%) of economically active units. Government and local government institutions constituted a little under 2%.