In February 2018, exports from Estonia amounted to 1.1 billion euros and imports to Estonia to 1.2 billion euros. In February, the top destination countries of Estonia’s exports were Finland (16% of Estonia’s total exports), Sweden (11%) and Latvia (8%). Electrical equipment and base metals and articles of base metal were the main commodities exported to Finland; electrical equipment and wood and articles of wood (wood in the rough, doors and windows of coniferous wood) were the main commodities exported to Sweden; and transport equipment (motor cars), agricultural products and food preparations (spirits, beer, wheat) were the main commodities exported to Latvia. The biggest increase occurred in exports to Singapore (up by 28 million euros), Germany (up by 23 million euros) and the United Kingdom (up by 21 million euros). In exports to Singapore and the United Kingdom, the exports of mineral products increased. There was also an increase in the exports of electrical equipment to Germany.
In February, the biggest share in the exports of goods was held by mineral products (16% of the total exports of goods), followed by electrical equipment (15%) and wood and articles of wood (11%). The last time the exports of mineral products surpassed the exports of electrical equipment was in 2011. The greatest increase was in the exports of mineral products (up by 70 million euros), metals and articles of base metal (up by 24 million euros) and mechanical appliances and electrical equipment (both up by 12 million euros).