) Median agetotal: 42. 8 yearsmale: 41. 3 yearsfemale: 44. 4 years (2020 est. )total: 41. 1 yearsmale: 40. 1 yearsfemale: 42. 1 years (2020 est. ) Population growth rate0. 26% (2021 est. )0. 74% (2021 est. ) Birth rate10. 49 births/1, 000 population (2021 est. )11. 93 births/1, 000 population (2021 est. ) Death rate10. 33 deaths/1, 000 population (2021 est. )9. 39 deaths/1, 000 population (2021 est. ) Net migration rate2. 46 migrant(s)/1, 000 population (2021 est. )4. 87 migrant(s)/1, 000 population (2021 est.
549 billion (2019 est. )$536. 301 billion (2018 est. )$911. 317 billion (2019 est. )$1, 012, 171, 000, 000 (2018 est. ) Exchange rateseuros (EUR) per US dollar -0. 82771 (2020 est. 90338 (2019 est. 87789 (2018 est. 885 (2014 est. 7634 (2013 est. )Swedish kronor (SEK) per US dollar -8. 49085 (2020 est. 52915 (2019 est. 01895 (2018 est. )8. 4335 (2014 est. 8612 (2013 est. ) Fiscal yearcalendar yearcalendar year Public debt61.
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Government typeparliamentary republicparliamentary constitutional monarchy Capitalname: Helsinkigeographic coordinates: 60 10 N, 24 56 Etime difference: UTC+2 (7 hours ahead of Washington, DC, during Standard Time)daylight saving time: +1hr, begins last Sunday in March; ends last Sunday in Octoberetymology: the name may derive from the Swedish "helsing, " an archaic name for "neck" ("hals"), and which may refer to a narrowing of the Vantaa River that flows into the Gulf of Finland at Helsinki; "fors" refers to "rapids, " so "helsing fors" meaning becomes "the narrows' rapids"name: Stockholmgeographic coordinates: 59 20 N, 18 03 Etime difference: UTC+1 (6 hours ahead of Washington, DC, during Standard Time)daylight saving time: +1hr, begins last Sunday in March; ends last Sunday in Octoberetymology: "stock" and "holm" literally mean "log" and "islet" in Swedish, but there is no consensus as to what the words refer to Administrative divisions19 regions (maakunnat, singular - maakunta (Finnish); landskapen, singular - landskapet (Swedish)); Aland (Swedish), Ahvenanmaa (Finnish); Etela-Karjala (Finnish), Sodra Karelen (Swedish) [South Karelia]; Etela-Pohjanmaa (Finnish), Sodra Osterbotten (Swedish) [South Ostrobothnia]; Etela-Savo (Finnish), Sodra Savolax (Swedish) [South Savo]; Kanta-Hame (Finnish), Egentliga Tavastland (Swedish); Kainuu (Finnish), Kajanaland (Swedish); Keski-Pohjanmaa (Finnish), Mellersta Osterbotten (Swedish) [Central Ostrobothnia]; Keski-Suomi (Finnish), Mellersta Finland (Swedish) [Central Finland]; Kymenlaakso (Finnish), Kymmenedalen (Swedish); Lappi (Finnish), Lappland (Swedish); Paijat-Hame (Finnish), Paijanne-Tavastland (Swedish); Pirkanmaa (Finnish), Birkaland (Swedish) [Tampere]; Pohjanmaa (Finnish), Osterbotten (Swedish) [Ostrobothnia]; Pohjois-Karjala (Finnish), Norra Karelen (Swedish) [North Karelia]; Pohjois-Pohjanmaa (Finnish), Norra Osterbotten (Swedish) [North Ostrobothnia]; Pohjois-Savo (Finnish), Norra Savolax (Swedish) [North Savo]; Satakunta (Finnish and Swedish); Uusimaa (Finnish), Nyland (Swedish) [Newland]; Varsinais-Suomi (Finnish), Egentliga Finland (Swedish) [Southwest Finland]21 counties (lan, singular and plural); Blekinge, Dalarna, Gavleborg, Gotland, Halland, Jamtland, Jonkoping, Kalmar, Kronoberg, Norrbotten, Orebro, Ostergotland, Skane, Sodermanland, Stockholm, Uppsala, Varmland, Vasterbotten, Vasternorrland, Vastmanland, Vastra Gotaland Independence6 December 1917 (from Russia)6 June 1523 (Gustav VASA elected king of Sweden, marking the abolishment of the Kalmar Union between Denmark, Norway, and Sweden) National holidayIndependence Day, 6 December (1917)National Day, 6 June (1983); note - from 1916 to 1982 this date was celebrated as Swedish Flag Day Constitutionhistory: previous 1906, 1919; latest drafted 17 June 1997, approved by Parliament 11 June 1999, entered into force 1 March 2000amendments: proposed by Parliament; passage normally requires simple majority vote in two readings in the first parliamentary session and at least two-thirds majority vote in a single reading by the newly elected Parliament; proposals declared "urgent" by five-sixths of Parliament members can be passed by at least two-thirds majority vote in the first parliamentary session only; amended several times, last in 2018history: Sweden has four fundamental laws which together make up the Constitution: The Instrument of Government (several previous; latest 1974); The Act of Succession (enacted 1810; changed in 1937 and 1980); The Freedom of the Press Act (many previous; latest in 1949); The Fundamental Law on Freedom of Expression (adopted 1991)amendments: proposed by Parliament; passage requires simple majority vote in two consecutive parliamentary terms with an intervening general election; passage also requires approval by simple majority vote in a referendum if Parliament approves a motion for a referendum by one third of its members; The Instrument of Government - amended several times, last in 2018; The Act of Succession - changed in 1937, 1980; The Freedom of the Press Act - amended several times, last in 2019; The Fundamental Law on Freedom of Expression - amended several times, last in 2018 Legal systemcivil law system based on the Swedish modelcivil law system influenced by Roman-Germanic law and customary law Suffrage18 years of age; universal18 years of age; universal Executive branchchief of state: President Sauli NIINISTO (since 1 March 2012)head of government: Prime Minister Sanna MARIN (since 10 December 2019)cabinet: Council of State or Valtioneuvosto appointed by the president, responsible to Parliament elections/appointments: president directly elected by absolute majority popular vote in 2 rounds if needed for a 6-year term (eligible for a second term); election last held on 28 January 2018 (next to be held in January 2024); prime minister appointed by Parliamentelection results: Sauli NIINISTO reelected president; percent of vote Sauli NIINISTO (independent) 62.
63% (2019 est. )7. 38% (2018 est. )6. 78% (2019 est. 33% (2018 est. ) Distribution of family income - Gini index27. 4 (2017 est. )22. 2 (1995)28. 8 (2017 est. )25 (1992) Budgetrevenues: 134. 2 billion (2017 est. )expenditures: 135. 6 billion (2017 est. )note: Central Government Budget data; these numbers represent a significant reduction from previous official reportingrevenues: 271. )expenditures: 264. 4 billion (2017 est. ) Industriesmetals and metal products, electronics, machinery and scientific instruments, shipbuilding, pulp and paper, foodstuffs, chemicals, textiles, clothingiron and steel, precision equipment (bearings, radio and telephone parts, armaments), wood pulp and paper products, processed foods, motor vehicles Industrial production growth rate6.
3%, M 19. 8%, SD 17. 5%, C 8. 6%, V 8%, KD 6. 3%, L 5. 5%, MP 4. 4%, other 1. 6%; seats by party - SAP 100, M 70, SD 62, C 31, V 28, KD 22, L 20, MP 16; composition - men 188, women 161, percent of women 46. 1% Judicial branchhighest courts: Supreme Court or Korkein Oikeus (consists of the court president and 18 judges); Supreme Administrative Court (consists of 21 judges, including the court president and organized into 3 chambers); note - Finland has a dual judicial system - courts with civil and criminal jurisdiction and administrative courts with jurisdiction for litigation between individuals and administrative organs of the state and communitiesjudge selection and term of office: Supreme Court and Supreme Administrative Court judges appointed by the president of the republic; judges serve until mandatory retirement at age 68subordinate courts: 6 Courts of Appeal; 8 regional administrative courts; 27 district courts; special courts for issues relating to markets, labor, insurance, impeachment, land, tenancy, and water rightshighest courts: Supreme Court of Sweden (consists of 16 justices, including the court chairman); Supreme Administrative Court (consists of 18 justices, including the court president)judge selection and term of office: Supreme Court and Supreme Administrative Court justices nominated by the Judges Proposal Board, a 9-member nominating body consisting of high-level judges, prosecutors, and members of Parliament; justices appointed by the Government; following a probationary period, justices' appointments are permanentsubordinate courts: first instance, appellate, general, and administrative courts; specialized courts that handle cases such as land and environment, immigration, labor, markets, and patents Political parties and leadersAland Coalition (a coalition of several political parties on the Aland Islands)Center Party or Kesk [Annika SAARIKKO]Christian Democrats or KD [Sari ESSAYAH]Finns Party or PS [Jussi HALLA-AHO]Green League or Vihr [Maria OHISALO]Left Alliance or Vas [Li ANDERSSON]National Coalition Party or Kok [Petteri ORPO]Social Democratic Party or SDP [Sanna MARIN]Swedish People's Party or SFP [Anna-Maja HENRIKSSON]Center Party (Centerpartiet) or C [Annie LOOF]Christian Democrats (Kristdemokraterna) or KD [Ebba Busch THOR]Green Party (Miljopartiet de Grona) or MP [Isabella LOVIN and Per BOLUND]Left Party (Vansterpartiet) or V [Jonas SJOSTEDT]Liberal Party (Liberalerna) or L [Jan BJORKLUND]Moderate Party (Moderaterna) or M [Ulf KRISTERSSON]Swedish Social Democratic Party (Socialdemokraterna) or SAP [Stefan LOFVEN]Sweden Democrats (Sverigedemokraterna) or SD [Jimmie AKESSON] International organization participationADB (nonregional member), AfDB (nonregional member), Arctic Council, Australia Group, BIS, CBSS, CD, CE, CERN, EAPC, EBRD, ECB, EIB, EITI (implementing country), EMU, ESA, EU, FAO, FATF, G-9, IADB, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC (national committees), ICCt, ICRM, IDA, IEA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, IHO, ILO, IMF, IMO, IMSO, Interpol, IOC, IOM, IPU, ISO, ITSO, ITU, ITUC (NGOs), MIGA, MINUSMA, NC, NEA, NIB, NSG, OAS (observer), OECD, OPCW, OSCE, Pacific Alliance (observer), Paris Club, PCA, PFP, Schengen Convention, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNIFIL, UNMIL, UNMOGIP, UNRWA, UNTSO, UPU, WCO, WFTU (NGOs), WHO, WIPO, WMO, WTO, ZCADB (nonregional member), AfDB (nonregional member), Arctic Council, Australia Group, BIS, CBSS, CD, CE, CERN, EAPC, EBRD, ECB, EIB, EITI (implementing country), EMU, ESA, EU, FAO, FATF, G-9, G-10, IADB, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC (national committees), ICCt, ICRM, IDA, IEA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, IGAD (partners), IHO, ILO, IMF, IMO, IMSO, Interpol, IOC, IOM, IPU, ISO, ITSO, ITU, ITUC (NGOs), MIGA, MINUSMA, MONUSCO, NC, NEA, NIB, NSG, OAS (observer), OECD, OPCW, OSCE, Paris Club, PCA, PFP, Schengen Convention, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNMISS, UNMOGIP, UNRWA, UN Security Council (temporary), UNTSO, UPU, WCO, WFTU (NGOs), WHO, WIPO, WMO, WTO, ZC Diplomatic representation in the USchief of mission: Ambassador Mikko Tapani HAUTALA (since 17 September 2020)chancery: 3301 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008telephone:  (202) 298-5800FAX:  (202) 298-6030email address and website: sanomat.
)174 billion cubic meters (2017 est. ) Population distributionthe vast majority of people are found in the south; the northern interior areas remain sparsely poplulatedmost Swedes live in the south where the climate is milder and there is better connectivity to mainland Europe; population clusters are found all along the Baltic coast in the east; the interior areas of the north remain sparsely populated Demographics Population5, 587, 442 (July 2021 est. )10, 261, 767 (July 2021 est. ) Age structure0-14 years: 16. 41% (male 467, 220/female 447, 005)15-24 years: 10.
317 million HELSINKI (capital) (2021)1. 657 million STOCKHOLM (capital) (2021) Maternal mortality rate3 deaths/100, 000 live births (2017 est. )4 deaths/100, 000 live births (2017 est. ) Health expenditures9% (2018)10. 9% (2018) Physicians density3. 81 physicians/1, 000 population (2016)3. 98 physicians/1, 000 population (2016) Hospital bed density3. 3 beds/1, 000 population (2017)2. 2 beds/1, 000 population (2017) Obesity - adult prevalence rate22. 2% (2016)20.
Because of the cold climate, agricultural development is limited to maintaining self-sufficiency in basic products. Forestry, an important export industry, provides a secondary occupation for the rural population. Finland had been one of the best performing economies within the EU before 2009 and its banks and financial markets avoided the worst of global financial crisis. However, the world slowdown hit exports and domestic demand hard in that year, causing Finland's economy to contract from 2012 to 2014. The recession affected general government finances and the debt ratio. The economy returned to growth in 2016, posting a 1.
) Agriculture - productsmilk, barley, oats, wheat, potatoes, sugar beet, rye, pork, poultry, beefwheat, milk, sugar beet, barley, potatoes, oats, rapeseed, pork, rye, triticale Exports$119. 887 billion (2019 est. )$111. 339 billion (2018 est. )$109. 513 billion (2017 est. )$302. 65 billion (2019 est. )$291.
3% of GDP (2017 est. )62. 9% of GDP (2016 est. )note: data cover general government debt and include debt instruments issued (or owned) by government entities other than the treasury; the data include treasury debt held by foreign entities; the data include debt issued by subnational entities, as well as intragovernmental debt; intragovernmental debt consists of treasury borrowings from surpluses in the social funds, such as for retirement, medical care, and unemployment; debt instruments for the social funds are not sold at public auctions40.
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846 billion (2018 est. )$279. 461 billion (2017 est. ) Exports - commoditiesrefined petroleum, paper and wood pulp products, cars, stainless steel, lumber (2019)cars and vehicle parts, packaged medicines, refined petroleum, broadcasting equipment, lumber (2019) Exports - partnersGermany 14%, Sweden 10%, United States 8%, Netherlands 6%, China 6%, Russia 5% (2019)Germany 10%, Norway 9%, United States 8%, Denmark 7%, Finland 6%, United Kingdom 5%, Netherlands 5%, China 5% (2019) Imports$120. 437 billion (2019 est.
07 male(s)/female25-54 years: 1. 03 male(s)/female55-64 years: 1. 01 male(s)/female65 years and over: 0. 87 male(s)/femaletotal population: 1 male(s)/female (2020 est. ) Infant mortality ratetotal: 2. 15 deaths/1, 000 live birthsmale: 2. 33 deaths/1, 000 live birthsfemale: 1. 97 deaths/1, 000 live births (2021 est. )total: 2.
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)$116. 628 billion (2018 est. )$110. 701 billion (2017 est. )$276. 622 billion (2019 est. )$273. 125 billion (2018 est. )$262. 597 billion (2017 est. ) Imports - commoditiescrude petroleum, cars and vehicle parts, refined petroleum, broadcasting equipment, packaged medicines (2019)cars and vehicle parts, crude petroleum, refined petroleum, broadcasting equipment, computers (2019) Imports - partnersGermany 16%, Sweden 14%, Russia 13%, China 6%, Netherlands 6% (2019)Germany 18%, Netherlands 9%, Denmark 7%, Norway 7%, China 6%, Finland 5%, Belgium 5%, Poland 5% (2019) Debt - external$631.
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