Finland large industrial and services base encourages an export-driven economy that produces primarily high-technology goods and services. Exports comprise about 50% of the country’s overall Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The country possesses 43rd of the world’s largest export economy and 8th of the most complex economy.
The total exports of Finland reached a total of $57.9 billion which enable it to be ranked as 40th in terms of export volumes. Among its export commodities, electronics comprises around 23.2% of the total export volume, then followed by chemical industry products at 15.9%. To add, some of Finland’s main exports would include machinery, paper and pulp, chemicals and timber. The major export partners of Finland are Sweden ($8.5 billion), Germany ($7.3 billion), Russia ($6.7 billion) and the United States ($4.9 billion).