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Appendix table 7. Finnish affiliates in countries outside EU in 2012, the largest industries 1)

  Number of employees 2) Personnel costs (EUR million) Investments (EUR million) 3) Turnover (EUR million) Number of affiliates
Europe outside EU Wholesale and retail trade (G) 18,830 531.9 57.6 8,811.5 216
Machinery and metal products industry (25,28-30,33) 10,390 478.7 32.7 2,264.2 84
Construction (F) 9,580 526.6 46.6 1,806.6 64
Electrical and electronics industry (26,27,32) 7,180 183.1 16.5 845.0 39
Manufacture of food products and beverages (10-11) 6,040 100.5 38.0 667.7 14
Transportation and storage (H) 5,380 98.8 11.6 474.9 38
Asia and Oceania Machinery and metal products industry (25,28-30,33) 35,210 888.0 129.8 6,533.1 190
Electrical and electronics industry (26,27,32) 70,710 1,326.0 195.7 8,301.7 101
Manufacture of paper and paper products (17) 8,080 128.3 65.1 1,312.9 43
Information and communication (J) 8,030 159.0 280.6 1,554.6 43
North America Wholesale and retail trade (G) 6,230 563.7 51.9 3,198.0 67
Machinery and metal products industry (25,28-30,33) 13,380 1,171.1 42.5 5,205.1 55
Electrical and electronics industry (26,27,32) 6,380 695.3 58.4 2,585.5 29
Chemical industry (19-22) 7,410 434.4 124.8 2,632.1 33
Central and South America Machinery and metal products industry (25,28-30,33) 5,270 226.9 28.9 1,406.4 50
Electrical and electronics industry (26,27,32) 27,340 584.3 13.1 2,700.1 31
1) Measured by the number of personnel
2) Annual average
3) Gross investment in tangible assets

Source: Finnish affiliates abroad 2012, Statistics Finland

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Updated 17.4.2014

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Finnish affiliates abroad [e-publication].
ISSN=1798-4882. 2012, Appendix table 7. Finnish affiliates in countries outside EU in 2012, the largest industries 1) . Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 7.12.2022].
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