What can I export to Estonia?

What food does Estonia export?

Estonian food exports include dairy products, meat, fish, and beverages. Important Estonia exports to the United States include forest products, cheeses, frozen fish and fish preparations, as well as starch, glues, and cotton articles.

What does Estonia specialize in?

Estonia has a high level of specialization in Peat (67.3), Prefabricated Buildings (53), Semi chemical Woodpulp (41), Shaped Wood (37.4), and Fuel Wood (28.9). Specialization is measured using RCA, an index that takes the ratio between Estonia observed and expected exports in each product.

What is the easiest country to export to?

Germany. You have seen Germany plenty on our list of the easiest countries to export to as a trading partner, so you know you have good chances to enter Germany’s market. In terms of exports, the country is ranked 3rd in the world, holding the same position in terms of economic complexity.

How is Estonia so rich?

In terms of the labor market, Estonia’s unemployment rate is 5.3 percent, well below the EU average. Finally, its efficient and attractive corporate tax system (undistributed profits aren’t taxed) has placed Estonia as a worldwide center for high-tech companies, boosting foreign investments and economic growth.

What does Finland export the most?

The European Union makes up more than 60 percent of Finland’s total trade. The largest trade flows are with Germany and Sweden. Finland’s key export sectors are transportation, electronics, forestry, machinery, and chemicals.

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Does Estonia export oil?

Estonia is a net exporter of shale oil, exporting more than 1 million tonnes and importing none. The Estonian natural-gas market falls under the monopoly of Eesti Gaas AS (EG).

Is Estonia expensive?

Estonia has become the most expensive country in the Eastern part of the European Union, Poland being cheapest. As confirmed by personal experience and fresh Eurostat data.

Do they speak English in Estonia?

This so-called “elven” language is spoken by around 1.1 million people globally. Estonia has one of the highest literacy rates in the world at 99.8% and nearly everyone speaks a foreign language, most commonly English and Russian, but also Finnish, German or Swedish.

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