Statistics Finland

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Statistics Finland
Finnish: Tilastokeskus
Swedish: Statistikcentralen
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Agency overview
Formed November 4, 1865 (1865-11-04)
Employees c. 800

Statistics Finland (Finnish: Tilastokeskus, Swedish: Statistikcentralen) is the national statistical institution in Finland, established in 1865 to serve as an information service and to provide statistics and expertise in the statistical sciences. The institution employs more than 1,000 experts from varying fields.[1]

Statistics Finland develops and maintains the Findicator statistical service jointly with the Finnish Prime Minister's Office.[2]


  1. ^ "Statistics Finland - Finding the Future with Knowledge". Statistics Finland. 22 March 2011. Retrieved 26 March 2011. 
  2. ^ "The Findicator service now also in Swedish and English". Statistics Finland. 

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