Saturday, 4th January 2014
Nordic Statistical Yearbook 2013
Source: Nordic Council of Ministers
From the Preface:
The Nordic countries have much in common – their way of life, history, language and social structure. Many of these common features and the results of their joint efforts may be described by statistics. This is why the Nordic Council of Ministers publishes the Nordic Statistical Yearbook....
Our ambition is to provide comparable statistics on the life in the Nordic countries – to shed light on the similarities and the differences. Against the background of globalization, data on conditions in the Nordic in relation to other Western European countries are also provided in a number of areas. The emphasis has been on making the data easy to understand and relevant to the way we live, and thus useful in many contexts.
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