What is the main industry in Estonia?

Statistics
Main industries engineering, electronics, wood and articles of wood, textiles, information technology, telecommunications
Ease-of-doing-business rank 18th (very easy, 2020)
External
Exports €14.4 billion (2018)

Why 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 is Estonia economy based on?

Economy – overview:

Estonia, a member of the EU since 2004 and the euro zone since 2011, has a modern market-based economy and one of the higher per capita income levels in Central Europe and the Baltic region, but its economy is highly dependent on trade, leaving it vulnerable to external shocks.

What crops are grown in Estonia?

Main crops grown are barley, rye, wheat, oats, legumes, vegetables, potato, field grasses, annual fodder crops. The need of the country is to be entirely supplied from the local production. Higher quality wheat is needed for pasta (macaroni) products and white bread.

Is healthcare free in Estonia?

The Estonian health insurance system is a solidarity-based social insurance system. This means it provides healthcare for everyone. Estonia is quite covered by health care and treatment is equally available in all regions.

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