Estonia Economy

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Estonia has a modern market-based economy and one of the highest per capita income levels in Central Europe. Estonia's government has pursued a free market, pro-business economic agenda and has largely succeeded. The economy benefits from strong electronics and telecommunications sectors. The economy fell sharply into a recession in 2008 with its GDP contracting by 14.3% in 2009. However, Estonia now has the highest GDP growth rate in Europe with a GDP of $27.02 billion according to 2011 estimates, putting it at 111th in the world.

Major Estonia Indicators

Period Value % Chg Prev
Central Banks (View all 1)
Estonia Balance With Eurosystem/Target Dec 2017 99.44M EUR -170.0%
Consumer Prices (View all 1)
Estonia Consumer Price Index Dec 2017 105.15 -0.39%
Estonia Inflation Rate Dec 2017 3.80% -15.56%
Employment (View all 1)
Estonia Unemployment Rate Nov 2017 5.40% 3.85%
Estonia Youth Unemployment Rate Nov 2017 6.80% -16.05%
Energy (View all 1)
Estonia Petroleum Products Demand Nov 2017 97.00K mt -7.62%
Monetary (View all 2)
Estonia TARGET Transactions Dec 2015 0.00 EUR
Sentiment Surveys (View all 1)
Estonia Consumer Confidence Indicator Jan 2018 -6.80 65.85%
Estonia Economic Sentiment Indicator Jan 2018 107.30 -1.11%
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