According to Statistics Estonia, in 2020, Estonian accommodation establishments served nearly 2 million tourists, whose nights spent totalled 3.7 million. The number of visitors fell by 48% compared to 2019.
What economic activities have the largest turnover? Who invests the most? Financial statistics of enterprises help to assess how enterprises and the economy are doing in Estonia. Progressive enterprises increase productivity and break into international markets. They can offer more jobs and pay a more competitive salary. This has a positive impact primarily on working-age population in the areas where the successful enterprises operate, as well on the Estonian economy as a whole. Statistics Estonia publishes financial statistics of Estonian enterprises by year and quarter, economic activity
According to Statistics Estonia, in June 2021, Estonian accommodation establishments served 216,000 tourists, which is almost a third more than in June last year. There were more domestic tourists and fewer foreign tourists, but the total number of accommodated guests was significantly lower than in 2019 before the coronavirus crisis.
According to the data of the 2020 Agricultural Census conducted by Statistics Estonia, agriculture in Estonia is characterised by concentration in enterprise groups, working part-time and having other gainful activities.
Insurance provides protection against the unexpected and helps avoid greater financial loss. The purpose of insurance companies is to provide customers with financial support in the event of accidents, thefts and other unexpected incidents. Insurance companies offer life and non-life insurance. Life insurance is obtained in order to provide financial support for oneself and loved ones in case of terminal illness, loss of capacity for work, accident or death. Life insurance can also be bought to collect money. Non-life insurance is obtained to mitigate financial damage. The most common types of
According to the preliminary data of Statistics Estonia, 847,800 tonnes of milk and 79,900 tonnes of meat were produced in 2020. This is, respectively, 3% and 5% more than the year before. The utilised agricultural area without kitchen gardens increased by 3,000 hectares and totalled 983,000 hectares.
According to Statistics Estonia, 79% of the meat consumed in Estonia in 2020 was locally produced. This is the highest percentage in the last five years. In the case of beef, the situation is favourable, but not so in the case of poultry meat.
According to Statistics Estonia, Estonian accommodation establishments served 51,000 tourists in March, which is a decrease of 43% compared to the same month of 2020. The numbers of both foreign and domestic tourists dropped.