According to Statistics Estonia, in 2020, fish farming enterprises sold 1,039 tonnes of commercial fish and crayfish, for a total of more than 4 million euros. The biggest increase occurred for fish roe placed on the market, with record sales registered.
Fishing has been an important source of livelihood for people living in coastal Estonia. European sprat and Baltic herring have always been a part of the Estonian diet. Rainbow trout from fish farms has shown up more recently. Fish caught in Estonian waters and processed here reaches also the tables of people living in other countries. Fishing and aquaculture statistics provide the following information: which fish and from which water bodies are caught the most; what is the state of spawning stock; how are Estonian fish farmers doing; how many people are employed in aquaculture and fishing
The Questionnaire was filled in by 1091 companies. 1. For what kind of trade flow does your company have to submit the Intrastat report? Arrivals 44% Dispatches 18% Both 38% 2. How many employees do you have? 1-9 36% 10-49 41% 50-249 19% 250 and more 5% 3. Does your company fill in the Intrastat report by yourself or does it use the assistance of declarer? The report is filled by the company 88% The report is filled by declarer 12% 4. How does your company submit the Intrastat report? Electronically by means of the Intrastat.xls program 45% Electronically in eSTAT web environment 20%
Foreign trade statistics are on the brink of changes. Our goal is to start reducing the administrative burden. In order to do that, we need to first introduce some changes in our existing foreign trade questionnaire INTRASTAT (dispatches and arrivals). These changes will allow the transition to SIMSTAT, i.e. single flow collection, starting from 2025. The briefing session gives information about filling in the updated questionnaire as well as creating related IT solutions. The briefing session takes place on 3 November, from 14:00 to 16:00, as a Zoom video conference. The briefing will be
According to Statistics Estonia, in 2020, the gross hourly earnings of female employees were 15.6% smaller than the earnings of male employees. The gender pay gap decreased by 1.5 percentage points year on year.
At the end of last year and beginning of this year, Statistics Estonia carried out the main rehearsal of the Population and Housing Census. 843 persons living at 422 addresses responded to the test survey online. Interviewers collected responses from 785 persons living at 410 addresses. The test survey response rate was 87.5% and the received feedback was generally positive.
According to Statistics Estonia, in the fourth quarter of 2020, the gross domestic product (GDP) decreased by 1.2% year on year, and the GDP at current prices was 7.3 billion euros. In 2020 as a whole, the Estonian economy shrank by 2.9%.