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Services and Goods Exports from the Nordics – Strongholds and profiles of exporting enterprises

The first comparative analysis of international trade and services from the Nordic countries, including a profiling of services exporters.
  • Published 21/11/2016
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Services and Goods Exports from the Nordics – Strongholds and profiles of exporting enterprises

The project Profiling Nordic enterprises in Global Value Chains has been carried out by the Nordic national statistical institutes in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, in addition to the OECD. The project has been funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers.


This publication Services and Goods Exports from the Nordics – Strongholds and profiles of exporting enterprises contains the first comparative analysis of international trade and services from the Nordic countries, including a profiling of services exporters. 


Furthermore, the publication is based on harmonised national databases holding statistical information at enterprise level from statistical registers covering variables from structural business statistics, business register, international trade in goods and services and business demography. 


Statistics Denmark coordinated the project and the project group consisted of the following persons:

 

Statistics Denmark

  • Peter Bøegh Nielsen (Chairman)
  • Michael E. Nielsen
  • Flemming von Hadeln Løve
  • Jon Mortensen
  • Kamilla Elkjær
  • Søren Burman
  • Caroline Bo

 

Statistics Finland

  • Henri Luomaranta
  • Lauri Saarinen
  • Olli-Jussi Sonni

 

Statistics Iceland

  • Gísli Már Gíslason
  • Valgeir Geirsson 
  • Magnus Bergmann

 

Statistics Norway

  • Øyvind Hagen
  • Jan Olav Rørhus

 

Statistics Sweden

  • Andreas Poldahl
  • Claes Petri

 

This analysis is a follow-up to the 2014 publication Nordic Exports of Goods and Exporting Enterprise. In addition to providing an update of the previous analysis, the present report contributes with new knowledge about different aspects of Nordic enterprises’ and involvement in globalization and global value chains

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