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Published: 11 May 2007

Retail trade services of motor vehicles the largest product group in motor vehicle trade 2005

Release corrected at 4 pm on 11 May 2007 1)

Total turnover in motor vehicle trade including other wholesale and retail trade was a good EUR 18.9 billion in 2005. The motor vehicle trade industries made up a good EUR 17.8 billion, or 93.9 per cent, of the turnover. The share of retail trade of motor vehicles was 42.8 per cent of the turnover in motor vehicle trade and that of wholesale trade of motor vehicles 28.4 per cent. Retail trade of motor vehicle parts and accessories was the third largest product group with a share of 8.3 per cent and wholesale trade of motor vehicle parts and accessories the fourth largest 1) with a share of 6.7 per cent.

Motor vehicle trade percentage shares (%) of turnover by product in industries 5010-5050

Excl. other wholesale and retail trade.

Motor vehicle trade percentage shares of turnover by product in industries 5010-5050

cpa Products Industries
5010-5050
50102 Retail trade of motor vehicles 42,8
50101 Wholesale trade of motor vehicles 28,4
50302 Retail trade of motor vehicle parts and accessories 8,3
50301 Wholesale trade of motor vehicle parts and accessories 6,7
50501 Retail trade of automotive fuel 5,3
50201 Maintenance and repair of passenger cars 4,3
50202 Maintenance and repair of other motor vehicles 2,1
50103, 50230, 50303, 50401, 50402, 50403, 50404 Other products 2,1
Excl. other wholesale and retail trade

1) The figures have not changed, the earlier release gave retail trade of fuels as the fourth largest commodity group.

Source: Periodic survey of motor vehicle trade 2005. Statistics Finland

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Last updated 11.5.2007

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Statistics: Periodic survey of motor vehicle trade [e-publication].
ISSN=2242-8046. 2005. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 23.4.2019].
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