Statistics Finland has published a new pocket-size book of statistics on energy. The compact information package contains fresh statistical data on the energy field in Finland.
A new free statistical service for road traffic accident data has been opened. The database service offers users new ways to examine road traffic accident data by means of charts and table selections, for example.
There were 790 public libraries in Finland in 2014, while in 1980 there were still more than 1,600. Even though the number of libraries has decreased, library collections have grown. Last year, libraries contained good 33 million books.
Statistics Finland's newly published Finland in Figures is a compact information package in pocket size about Finland and its people. The booklet also contains international comparison data.
Forty-four per cent of Finnish households watch TV on computers, 13 per cent on smart phones and 17 per cent on tablets. Finns have a total of 3.9 million television sets. These are just some of the data that can be found in Statistics Finland's recently published free mass media table service.
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Last updated 3 Jul 2015