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Foreign trade in goods 2010-2022 by unit, trade direction, commodity group and year

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Please note that a large amount (weigth) of exported wood and articles of wood and cork appear to be missing from the figures delivered by the Finnish Customs in 2018
As of 2008, the industrial classification used in trade statistics complies with the revised statistical classification of economic activities, NACE Rev. 2 (NI-2008). Previously, an earlier revision of the industrial classification has been used (NI-2002). Because of this, sectoral comparisons with trade statistics published earlier than 2009 are not possible. In order to make comparisons possible, statistics for the years 2004-2007 have been revised in compliance with the current industrial classification (NI-2008). Please note that the corporations included in the statistics for the years 2004-2007 may have changed industries or municipal locations or even closed down since the original publication. In the revised statistics, the corporations are classified based on their principal activities on December 31, 2007. The trade statistics contain data that, due to privacy reasons, are kept confidential. As a result of this, it is not always possible to calculate the total sum by adding the sums of the different industries. A further description of the trade statistics can be found in the (Swedish) publication 'Varuhandelsstatistik 2010-2011 (Handel 2012:1)'. Customs in Finland is currently working on an extensive digitization process, where, among other things, a completely new customs clearance system is being developed. The process for producing data for Åland's trade statistics has changed in 2022 and the data are not fully comparable to previous years' statistics. The change leads to a better degree of coverage for Åland companies' trade in goods with the rest of the world.