The Finnish economy is growing steadily, according to the latest seasonally adjusted output figures from Statistics Finland. In June output increased by 2.5% from the corresponding month one year ago, while in May the growth rate was 4.8%.
According to Statistics Finland, primary production consisting of agriculture, forestry and fishing is estimated to have grown by 13% from June 2010. Secondary production, including manufacturing and construction, increased by 2% and services also went up by 2%.
Seasonally adjusted output is estimated to have grown by 1.2% from the previous quarter. According to the series adjusted for working days, output went up by 3.4% from the corresponding quarter of the year before. The data are based on the preliminary data on the Trend Indicator of Output.
Source: Statistics Finland